|Photo captured from the Robson Bight camera on Explore.org|
Sometimes we need to escape to the outdoors, but find ourselves stuck in the office, or stuck at home thanks to poor weather or the obligations of our busy lives. In these situations, I'm especially grateful for those who endeavor to bring the outdoors to us, such as the people at Explore.org. Here, you can browse through a multitude of webcams that can take you from the beaches of Hawaii to the Redwood forest, to the nests of eagles and hummingbirds, to the arctic circle for a glimpse of the aurora.
However, if you're looking for peace and tranquility, you can't do much better than the Orcalab webcam at Robson Bight in British Columbia. Here you can gaze on tranquil waters, catch a colorful sunset, listen to waves lapping on the shore, hear the sound of eagles chattering or frogs singing. Perhaps you may even catch sight of an orca! It's a blissful scene... take a few minutes to enjoy: