Yesterday I stumbled across a new (to me, anyway) webcam in Estes Park. It’s so typical of Estes, with mountains, rustic cabins, etc. But the best part by far is that it’s live and streaming. I watched and enjoyed birds… Read More ›
It’s a spectacular autumn day here in Denver, so I thought I’d take a look around the high country via webcam. Was both startled and bemused when I encountered the scene above (looking north from Ward, CO).
I apologize to those readers bored by my addiction to webcams. But I came across another one this morning at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science that is too good not to share. It’s the downtown Denver skyline, but a much… Read More ›
Note: To be sure you’re always seeing the current genuine live feed, click the official link at aprilthegiraffe.com. There are countless fake sites with erroneous information. Going through aprilthegiraffe.com is the only way to be certain you’re seeing the real… Read More ›
I’ve written more than once about the controllable TundraCam on Niwot Ridge northwest of Nederland, Colorado (about 15 miles due west of Boulder). Located at 11,600 feet, it affords some great views of the surrounding mountains and, occasionally, sightings of passing hikers or… Read More ›
Screenshots from webcams probably don’t count as photography, but I thought this morning’s sunrise as seen from the Alpine Visitor Center (at 11,796 ft. in Rocky Mountain National Park) was especially lovely. We’ve had several days of bitter cold (-0°F, -17°C temps) with… Read More ›
Good news for lovers of Longs Peak (elev. 14,259 ft). There’s a 24-hour time-lapse view of the peak on the Lookr website. The video is compiled from Rocky Mountain National Park’s Longs Peak webcam. Nothing new about the camera itself, but the… Read More ›