I loved that cam. It panned and you got to see plenty. There was a huge truck that they used to decorate with Christmas lights ..... and a couple of murals. If you look at the insecam ...... the flag on the extreme left actually says Sparwood on it.
Thank-you, M D. Interestingly, the 'Downtown Sparwood' camera in Canada is on Insecam, although it appears to be mislabeled http://www.insecam.org/en/view/423632/
Rain Shadow ...... I have 275 pages of cams but page 275 only has 11 cams. I've just picked a few random ones. Obviously it's possible to see the last saved still and animation of last snapshots.
This last one took ages to identify. A couple of guards used to stroll round with machine guns.
M D, I hope you realize just how indispensable you are making yourself. The official camera archivist with a hotline to Mr Funch.
Ah, the good old days! Now that you explain it and I see that you have archived many defunct cams it makes more sense. I was thinking that you could just go into All Cams and find it, but most are now gone. Now I see that hoarding cams can be handy sometimes.
When I first came to Opentopia I noticed that the number of cams fluctuated quite a bit. I started to put them in to My Cams so that I would have a personal record of how many cams have actually been shown. Last time I checked ...... I had well over 4000 cams (and comments.) It probably does seem pointless to you but I enjoy looking at the old cams. There are a few that carry priceless comments ........ such as the one where a man was strolling round naked and then stopped to examine his crown jewels in front of the cam. There were quite a few like that. :D
You put every cam you look at in My Cams? That seems pretty pointless.
It seems I have looked at this cam before ..... it's in My Cams. Obviously I was too impressed to comment.
Is this really a new cam or is MD just napping?
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