Author: bfcadmin

New Airport Express

The old wireless bridge for the boulder flatiron cam failed again.  We installed a new Apple Airport Express today and things seem to be humming along now. The new downtown Boulder cam has been having issues with the heat.  It

New Boulder cam

I’ve been working with the great team at the Galvanize west Pearl location and the West End Plaza building in Boulder to set up a new view of Boulder.  Joel from Opensnow.com has also helped support launching the new cam. Installation was not

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Network issues – June

The host of the original Boulder Flatiron cam in Louisville has recently rebuilt his home network.   The camera had been working fine but for some reason on Friday it stopped sending images.  It looks like this may take a

Camera network updates

The camera survived the endless rain of early September but has suffered some network issues in October. The cam is running on a new wireless bridge to the main wifi network. I’m still trying to diagnose why the picture seems

What’s the deal with the barns?

A lot of people have written asking about the barns that have appeared in the webcam view.  The barns are part of a new home being built to the southwest of the webcam view.  The property has been under development

End of July – classic summer sunset in Boulder

  Lots of monsoon moisture the past few weeks in Boulder!  We even saw a flash flood warning today.  I caught this nice sunset from July 31st, ending the great summer month of July.  A few of the other photos

Awesome lightning storm

  I’m a bit behind on this post, but back in late June there was a tremendous lighting storm over Boulder and Louisville in the evening.  So much lighting that even with the 30 second refresh rate I was able

Reddit post about May snow

Thought I’d post this from the early May snow storm. Someone used a couple BFC images for the funny section of Reddit. It was one of the top posts for the day.

Spectacular snowy sunrise in April!

Wednesday morning was a really spectacular sunrise.  The mountains were coated in 12-14″ of new snow and there was a short window of bright sun. March 26 was a good snow and a nice sunrise also.  Luckily, the snow melts really

2012 Interesting Images

Some highlights from 2012.  The Boulder fire was one of the more exciting moments, luckily the fire was mostly contained and didn’t cause too much damage. Moonset Fast clouds Snowy Winter Day Moon on Bear Peak Barn Raising Four Seasons