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Purple Poseidon

Purple Poseidon

This is a fountain outside of Caesars Palace Las Vegas. It’s a popular selfie or couples photo spot. I may or may not have jammed why in with the tripod after waiting for what could or could not have been 800 couples posing in front of it. I finally got a 22″ monitor here in Thailand so I can now see what I am editing! Yay for cheap hardware world wide! Enjoy.

Sky Wheel

Sky Wheel

I guess that this is what its called. It’s in the area known as the LINQ in Las Vegas. It was one of the hardest shots to get that night. It took me forever to finally get it all dialed in to get the shot. I had to make sure I had a fast enough shutter speed to freeze the wheel. Even though it was moving at a snails pace I was still blurring the shots. The LINQ was also…

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Paris Via Vegas

Paris Via Vegas

If someone was to ask me one of the least likely places I would go Las Vegas ranks high up there. It’s not my favorite place on earth. I just get sent there for work once a year. Yes, I have an okay time but I could happily live without ever going there again. One of the amazing things I discovered as I walked down the Las Vegas Strip is that if you have a camera on a tripod no…

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Architectural Future

Architectural Future

I was fascinated by the hard lines in these buildings. They reminded me of Blade Runner which is 32 years old and what the future looked like. The buildings were full of harsh angles and lit up as thousands of people crammed into giant buildings. Come to think of it thats what Las Vegas is. Gigantic buildings designed to hold thousands of people. Is Las Vegas architecture the future?

Have Fun Storming the Castle

Have Fun Storming the Castle

Points if you get the title reference. If you don’t do a Google search and hopefully take the time to watch the movie. I forget the name of the casino that the castle is apart of but I shot it from the New York New York property. I just really liked the colors of the castle itself and then the reflection off the fountain. Enjoy.

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