Dale Ireland's LIVE CAM
 Silverdale, WA. 47.7N, 123 W

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Live view from Silverdale, WA

Olympic Mountains, Hood Canal. Latest Image, Daylight hours.
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The camera is located in our home in Silverdale, 20 miles west of Seattle. It is pointed west, looking across Hood Canal, an arm of Puget Sound, towards the Olympic Mountains, Washington State, USA. The inlet is 7.5 miles across at this point and 600 feet deep.
The camera is about 1/4 mile back from the water and 100ft above sea level. It is a Stardot Netcam XL 3MP HD network video camera.
The webcam software is Willing Webcam .

Sunset 05 October 2010 Nikon D90

The Webcam View On A Clear Day
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Clear Sky Clock
The Clear Sky Clock shows predicted sky conditions for the next two days.
Click on the image to see the KEY and also links to Astronomy and Weather data.
Seabeck WA. is about 4 miles from my webcam site

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I also enjoy astronomy and photography
My most recent images from our backyard are below

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Click HERE for a picture of the Telescope and Camera.
I use a Starlight Xpress H9C color astronomy camera. It is an amazing camera as are all the cameras from this company. Most of the images below are taken with the Starlight Xpress.

Moonset over the Olympic Mountains April 22 2012
Earthlight illuminates the dark part of the Moon

Sept 02, 2011 Supernova in the Pinwheel Galaxy M101
75 minute exposure, Ap130 F/6 Telescope
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August 29, 2011 NGC6995 The Eastern Veil Nebula
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June 4 2011, Galaxies M65 and M66
1hr exposure.

May 22 2011, Perfect 22 degree Sun Halo

Horsehead Nebula in Orion, 30 December 2010
5"AP scope, 20 exposures of 3 minutes each Starlightexpress H9C camera
satellite passed through field on the left
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Bubble Nebula Aug. 15, 2010
Bubble Nebula

Eagle Nebula Aug 15 2010
Eagle Nebula Aug 15 2010

4TH of July 2010
Looking East across Puget Sound to the Seattle Lake Union Fireworks
Shilshole and the Aurora Bridge in front of the fireworks

Comet McNaught C\2009R1
June 12, 5 exposures of 3min, 500 F/4 Nikon, Nikon D90
Comet McNaught

The Great Orion Nebula M42 in Orion's Sword
Brightest nebula visible from northern skies 20 Feb 2010
Orion Nebula

Fresh Snow in the Olympics Today, 08 November 2009
Fresh Snow

The Dumbbell Nebula M27
Sept. 22, 2009
Dumbell Nebula M27

The North American Nebula NGC7000
58mm Nikon lens Sept. 11, 2009,
25 min exposure
NGC 7000

The Pinwheel Galaxy M33 in the constellation Triangulum
A 50min exposure, Sunday Aug 30
Galaxy M33

A Barred Owl that Suzanne spotted on her morning Aug. 31 walk with our Beagle
Red-eye from the flash
Barred Owl Aug 31

Galaxy M51 with my 5" telescope
Galaxy M51 May 2009

Venus Reflection in Hood Canal
Venus Reflected in Hood Canal


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Sunset, January 18, 2003
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I am experimenting with a new tool that shows the current loaction of the International Space Station.

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March 31, 1998      April 12, 2000    Jan 9, 2000