The grey zone period on 80 meter is very interesting for catching dx. For a lot of radio amateurs is the 80 meter band a local rag chew band. I hardly work with phone, so I like WSPR and JT65 for the lower bands. This morning I got a new DXCC with WSPR (5 watt) on 80 meter and I was reported by ZL1JA, distance 18.649 km. I was really thrilled. New Zealand is my antipodal location. I can make more miles, but then via long path. I presume this a short path propagation. I always look at qrz.com for the bio and location of the radio amateur. And with Google maps and street view you can search for antennas.
And yes, here it is. The antennas of ZL1JA. I hope I will not infringe his privacy with publishing his QTH picture. You can't see my antennas with street view because at that time when they shoot the pictures I had no antennas so far. Anyway, the information is free available on the in internet. I only republish.