Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Webcam Traveler

     There is something fascinating about live webcams to me. I am not sure what it it...maybe its the spontaneity or the raw reality of what the "camera captures...or maybe its the sense of "being there" I get. The feeling I'm visiting.
     Yes, I find webcams enchanting.
     Truthfully I never knew how many famous places and not so famous places you could journey to by a webcam.
     I found two major websites that act as a kind of storehouse of webcams...EarthCam and World-Webcams.net. These two sites link virtually hundreds of world-wide webcams.
     Below I have listed several webcams I thought you might find interesting...but if these don't interest you visit EarthCam or World-Webcams and take your own journey.

Times Square, New York http://www.earthcam.com/usa/newyork/timessquare/?cam=tsrobo3 
Moscow, Russia http://www.earthcam.com/russia/moscow/?cam=moscow_hd
The Washington Monument  http://www.earthcam.com/usa/dc/washingtonmonument/
Panama Canal http://www.world-webcams.net/webcam,1048,panama-canal.html
Tokyo Japan http://www.earthcam.com/japan/tokyo/
San Diego Zoo Panda Cam http://www.world-webcams.net/webcam,753,california-sandiego-zoo-panda-cam.html
Monaco Port http://www.world-webcams.net/webcam,1622,monaco-port.html
Cape Town South Africa   http://www.world-webcams.net/webcam,548,cape-town-kapstadt.html
Bermuda http://www.world-webcams.net/webcam,1024,bermuda.html

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