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WindowSwap

Have you heard of WindowSwap? Neither had I, until earlier this year. It’s like a screensaver of 10-minute recordings from around the world. It’s almost a rabbit hole where you just end of staring at the screen for long periods of time….in a good way. The instructions of WindowSwap are easy… use your phone or camera, preferably with a tripod, to record a 10 minute long recording of your window view. It gives you a glimpse of what other people see outside their homes around the world.

Well, I did just that…but not only from my home window, but also from offices and hotels where I’ve spent time. Below you’ll find some of my recordings so far:

Hawaii

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/585286778 – view of H1 freeway and Makiki area in central Honolulu on Oahu, Hawaii.

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/585288129 – view of Central Union Church, with the high rises of Waikiki and Ala Moana in the background.

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/643880329 – view of residential neighborhood in Kaneohe on Oahu, Hawaii.

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/639878739 – ocean view from Aulani Disney Resort on Oahu, Hawaii.

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/639876012 – golf course view from Aulani Disney Resort on Oahu, Hawaii.

Pacific Northwest

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/643864831 – view of a cul de sac in Everett, Washington.

https://www.window-swap.com/Window/639873164 – view from Courtyard North hotel in Portland, Oregon.


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