The cam is located 15 meters below the drop-off at the "Something Special" dive site.
It offers a particularly clear glimpse of the marine world, thanks in part to the instructors and dive masters from Bonaire who help to keep the lens clean.
Even those who do may be disappointed by a no-show. Though no substitute for the real thing, webcam feeds allow you to see the show from half way around the world.
This webcam is located in Swedish Lapland, the northern part of the country, in a tiny village called Porjus, which is said to be a great destination for seeing the aurora borealis.
Watch out for Elvis and various theme-weddings, complete with props, lighting and colorful outfits.
Since the 1930s, people have been traveling to Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands with the hope of catching a glimpse of Nessie, the monster said to inhabit the lake.
Googling the phrase "live webcams" may not return the most insightful or educational content available on the web, but there's certainly some great stuff out there.
To save you the bother of trawling through such results, we've pulled together a list of ten fascinating webcam feeds from around the world that offer a scintillating glimpse into other people's lives, and fascinating looks at famous landmarks.
While a library may not strike you as the most exciting subject for a live feed, this is no ordinary library.
We're in no way suggesting that viewing an event or landmark on a computer screen can compete with a real-world experience, but, let's face it, it is better than nothing!
Check out our selection below that armchair explorers can enjoy (dependent on time zones of course) right now.
Until then, feel free to bookmark the page and use it to find the webcam of your choice.
Last updated May 24, 2011: Added webcams for various locations in Iceland and near Grímsvötn.