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
Tag: Las Vegas Strip Pictures
The Caesars Palace Fountain in Las Vegas was made famous by 2 motorcycle riders: Evel Knievel with his Triumph on New Year’s Eve, 1967, and Mike Metzger who set a Guinness World Record with a 125-foot long motorcycle jump, in May 4, 2006. Now, I hope you don’t expect to find this kind of activity available on the list
Did you know that the Luxor Sky Beam in Las Vegas is the strongest beam of light in the world? It comes from within the glass covered pyramid shaped hotel and it goes up into the blue sky of the Las Vegas Strip. At night you can see the beautiful pyramid silhouette topped with the
Does it rain in Las Vegas? What a question! Of course it doesn’t unless… Rain in Las Vegas is a total event… and it’s FREE ;) It is quite unlikely to see rain in Las Vegas, however, when it happens it’s quite a show. It can look like in this video: When people say it
I took this picture on a beautiful, sunny day in March, from Bellagio passageway, that connects the hotel to the Las Vegas Strip. It’s incredible how blue and calm the Bellagio Lake was at the time when the fountains were not yet turned on…. But when they are… they are dancing lights – it’s magic!
The Dancing Fountains on Las Vegas Strip The dancing fountains show in front of Bellagio hotel on Las Vegas Strip is literally breathtaking. The exploding water from the Bellagio Lake looks exactly like a dance, synchronized to music. It’s a totally free show that you will not forget – one of the most photographed attractions in Las
Oriented North-South, Las Vegas Strip starts and ends with two Welcome Signs. The first one across from Mc.Carran International Airport, is the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas which marks the beginning of the strip. The second one is after the Stratosphere tower, before you enter the Downtown which marks the exit from of the Strip. … in between these two