Alaska Fish and Game Virtual Viewing page – http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=viewing.webcams
Links to a number of government and private webcams offering views of eagles, bears, beavers, and sea lions. In addition, they also offer a webcam keeping an eye on arctic sea ice outside Barrow, Alaska.
Be sure to click all the tabs on the viewing page.
Nebraska Web Cams – http://www.511.nebraska.gov/atis/html/index.html
This site first presents itself a a road map of Nebraska. You need to select “cameras” under “devices” in the left hand column. Once the camera icons are displayed, you can see traffic photos simply by mousing over a camera icon. Click on a picture for a larger version.
The City of Lincoln Nebraska has its own traffic camera network at http://www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/pworks/pwcam/index.htm. This gives you a chance to view city street corners instead of highways.
Idaho offers a clickable map offering still photos of sections of highways. The site lets you select close up maps by:
California Traffic Cams – http://video.dot.ca.gov
The following areas are covered by freeway video cameras:
The cameras are a mix of video and still photos.
British Columbia (Canada) Traffic Cameras – http://images.drivebc.ca/bchighwaycam/pub/html/www/index-Northern.html
The traffic cameras in this province are organized by region – (NR-Northern Region; SIR-Southern Interior Region; LM-Lower Mainland; VI-Vancouver Island; Brdr-Border Cams; All-All cams). They also have a feature called “My Cams” which allows you to build a customized list of cameras. Views are still photos.
U.S. Government Photos and Images – http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Graphics.shtml
This page is a clearinghouse for photo libraries across the federal government. In many cases, photos from these libraries can be used freely, but check the photo pages carefully. This site is divided into the following topics:
Some of the more notable libraries linked from here include: