Christmas Lights 2014!

By: Ylee, 8:38 AM GMT on December 06, 2014

Seems like I just did a Christmas blog! :' ) There have been a few additions to the list of good Christmas cams, but most of the ones from last year are still going strong! Enjoy!

From Santa Claus Live, the office cam!


From the Micronesia Mall, the mall cam!

Alek's Christmas Lights and Christmas Lights Webc...


Updated: 3:03 PM GMT on December 11, 2014

On Safari!

By: Ylee, 11:54 PM GMT on November 10, 2014

Windows to the World

The webcam at Campi ya Kanzi, with giraffes, zebras, warthogs and the like, with Kilamanjaro as a backdrop, has been a favorite of this blog. Now that I can do streaming cams here, I wondered if there were any streaming African cams.Turns out there are many such cams! Now, one can watch the lions, elephants, and hippos live, 24/7, as most of these cams have lighting so we can see what shows up at night!


Updated: 3:03 PM GMT on November 25, 2014

A Little Fall Color! Ch#6 is finally up!

By: Ylee, 10:13 AM GMT on October 20, 2014

Windows to the World

Webcam blogs that feature natural events are ephemeral at best; be it spring blossoms, or fall leaves, cams can be awesome one day, and ho-hum or dull the next. Hopefully, these cams will hang in there for a couple of weeks! :' )

From, the Spindl cam! Full Size

From Taki-Jo Taro, the Sadamisakihanto live cam!


Updated: 12:25 PM GMT on November 04, 2014

Grand Tetons!

By: Ylee, 9:40 PM GMT on September 30, 2014

Windows to the World

Rising dramatically above Jackson Hole, The Teton mountain range is the youngest of the Rocky Mountains, at 6 to 9 million years old. Evidence of human activity goes back approximately 11,000 years, and the Shoshone tribe continued to live there until 1868, when they relocated to a reservation 100 miles away. The first white man to enter the area is believed to be John Coulter.

The transition ...


Updated: 8:47 PM GMT on October 16, 2014

I am back! :' )

By: Ylee, 10:35 AM GMT on September 01, 2014

Windows to the World

Most people reading the title of this blog would assume the word "live" is pronounced with a short "i", with the underlying meaning a variation of Carpe Diem. This is not the case, as the "live" in this title is pronounced with a long "i" ! This is the phrase used in Youtube's newest venture, which is streaming content live over the internet. The first instance of this that I found was the intersect...

Updated: 2:27 AM GMT on September 18, 2014

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I live and work in metropolitan Lewisport, KY. I like webcams, through which I can see the whole world!

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