Reflections in Las Vegas

There are a lot of reflections in Las Vegas and things to reflect about too ;)

I always like to take pictures of water and everything that mirrors in it. However, I never stay away from glass reflections. There is a tremendous number of photographic opportunities related to this subject in the amazing City of Las Vegas – starting with glass buildings to windows and displays… Here is an image I liked of the Criss Angel Believe building part of the Luxor Hotel on the strip

Reflections on the Criss Angel Believe glass covered building

Reflections on the Criss Angel Believe glass covered building

But there are so many great reflections on the strip and I’d like to insert some more images I found to be interesting and worth to show:

Las Vegas reflections

City Center glass buildings reflecting the strip

Las Vegas Strip buildings reflected in the glass wall of one of the crossing bridges

Las Vegas Strip buildings reflected in the glass wall of one of the crossing bridges

Luxor Hotel pyramid reflecting the sky and clouds

Luxor Hotel pyramid reflecting the sky and clouds

Pattern of reflections at the Excalibur Hotel

Pattern of reflections at the Excalibur Hotel

Don’t take me wrong though… when I said there was not too much water in Las Vegas I meant the fact that the city is in the middle of a desert (Mojave to be more specific). However there is enough water and water features meant to attract tourists.

The gondola rides at the Venetian Hotel is maybe the favorite of all… This picture is available as art print in my Fine Art America: Las Vegas Gallery, along with others from the Venetian hotel. Click on it to see the options:

Gondola ride and water reflections at the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas

Gondola ride and water reflections at the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas

Now, if you want something that will make you reflect about? Look at this mushroom I found at the Nevada State Museum

Atomic bomb experiment in Nevada Las Vegas area in January, 1951

Atomic bomb experiment in Nevada Las Vegas area in January, 1951

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