Friday, January 18, 2008

Keystone camera

If you go to this site, you can see a live view of Norris Avenue in McCook, Nebraska. The camera is on the the roof of the Keystone Hotel, six flights up, and it faces not quite directly south.
I rarely visit McCook, last being there in 2005, at my fortieth reunion. I did catch myself looking up at the camera, which is readily visible from below.
All I can say is that I am really glad that camera wasn't there in the '60s. That's dumb, because even were the camera there, the technology wasn't available to make is so easily accessible to anyone with an internet connection. But you have to admit that one of the many ways our world has changed is how much of it is filmed, by someone, somewhere.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A bit blurry, but I can recall a similar view.