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This picture is taken by a camera located on West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz, the camera is mounted on a automatic pan/tilt head that provides a 180 degree view. The Wharf ("Don't call me a pier!") is a 3000 foot, dog leg right that has stood, in one incarnation or another, for 80 years. The wharf supports a variety of businesses and restaurants as well as a healthy population of California Sea Lions ("Don't call us seals!"). Between the camera and the wharf is one of the best spots to learn to surf this side of Waikiki. The low-tide surf at Cowells is soft and forgiving on all but the biggest swells and rides can be long and fun if you don't mind a crowd. If Cowells is too slow for you, the pace gets a little more hectic just around the corner at Steamer Lane. Nature lovers note: Once a month, on an evening right around the full moon, you can watch the moonrise directly over the pier...er, wharf. You have to be quick though, it only happens on one day and it only stays in frame for about 20 minutes. Something for everyone, just like Santa Cruz.


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This camera shows Moran Lake and the Pacfic Ocean beyond. The camera is located on a house that sits on the east side of Moran lake, it only only operates during daylight hours, but the view is a good one. The Moran lagoon fills with rainwater until it reaches a pointwhere the sand on hte beach breaches and the entire lake drains to the ocean. It is spectaular in person, we'll see how it looks on camera when it happens. Thanks Jim!


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Welcome to the Live Camera Page! This webpage is the electronic descendant of the somewhat famous WalkCam Page that has graced this space for nearly TWO DECADES!. This is probably the last version of the page that will be maintained, the HTML is ancient, the cameras are old and, after 17 years I'm tired of crawling across people's rooftops! The last camera is located in Santa Cruz, CA (my current home) and the page will be up as long as hte camera is. Thanks to all who have been with me for all this time. Crazy journey! If you are curious and want to learn more, please start with the F.A.Q., a virtual clearinghouse of information about the cameras and the WalkNet site. In the F.A.Q., you will find everything you would ever want to know about the author and the history of the other cameras that were part of the original WalkCam Page. In the Archives, you will find pictures that have been taken by those cameras. If you would like to make your visit more permanent, please take a minute to sign the brand-new Guestbook. If you have any other reason to contact me (old girlfriends, pending litagation, unclaimed money, etc), please drop me a spam-free email here. In any case, thanks for visiting and enjoy the views.







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