Thursday, July 9, 2009

SkyWatch Friday # 52


Thank you Klaus, Sandy, Ivar, Wren, Fishing Guy and Louise for hosting SkyWatch Friday. It's time for us to look at each other’s sky photos from all over the world. If you want to see them or join in you can click here.

More photos from Las Vegas taken in September of 2007. We were in town long enough to take a few photos as our aim was to drive north towards the Grand Teton National Park. We landed at the airport and rented a car to begin our journey.

I have never been to Paris but there is a little bit of it here.
Italy too as these photos were taken near Caesar's Palace Hotel.
You will recognize Julius Caesar as this is the same photo as in an earlier post, except without the quote.

25 comments:

  1. heya ms. denise...great snaps of vegas. i have not been back there since a lot of the newer hotels have arrived. we used to go yearly and meet up with my aunt and uncle from iowa (when we lived in california). since moving back here, we no longer do the vegas/laughlin trip. i am enjoying your wedding captures. so happy brad and lisa are back and looking forward to there trip pics.
    hugs

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  2. I love your perspective in ALL of these photos!

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  3. I've never been to Vegas but these shots sure get me to thinking!
    Lovely shots!!

    I see wedding pics below - must go see. :)

    My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

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  4. Wow, I'm jealous. Vegas and on to the Grand Teton National Park. Now that sounds right up my ally. I would love to see the Tetons!

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  5. Denise, Vegas is a great place for photos. You've got some great shots here. Love 'em. Happy Friday.

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  6. Interesting photos of Vegas, and lovely skies.

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  7. I love these shots Denise. Such a great post. This is why I keep coming back.

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  8. Love your new header! Your photos remind me to go back to Vegas soon...My favorite is the trumpets!

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  9. Great shots. I've never been to Vegas either, but these make it look like a really fun place to visit.

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  10. Nice shots of Vegas skies.
    Have a nice weekend Denise.
    Regina

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  11. Great shots I love the one of the angels blowing the fanfare trumpets.
    I have passed on a gold reward to you. You can get it here:
    http://diane-otherstuff.blogspot.com/2009/07/golden-blog-award.html#comments

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  12. You can tell it isn't Europe because all the architecture is so clean.

    Looks like a fun place to visit. You got some great shots, especially the upward looking ones.

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  13. Vegas rules. Great shots of Paris hotel in the daylight, well done.

    Have a great weekend.
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  14. Wow! These are amazing photos. I haven't been to Vegas in 35 years. Looks like it's changed a lot since then.

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  15. You really have some nice photos here. I enjoyed them all.

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  16. Dallo Denise, lovely pictures of Vegas!
    I just caught up on your last postings and I want to congratulate you on your son's marriage! I like your pictures very much and I really shed some tears when I saw the picture where you and your sun hug each other. It is really monving, and you have such a happy look on your face...
    I wish the young couple and also you all the best for the future!

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  17. Hi Denise, these are all beautiful photos. Great for postcards.

    Thank you for visting my entry today.

    Happy Weekend!

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  18. Wow, I never would have thought I'd find Vegas appealing until I saw your photographs!

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  19. Wonderful series of beautiful sky shots ... love the perspective and the foregrounds of each ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  20. I would love to go to Vegas, great photos.

    Gill

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  21. when I first looked at the replica of the Eiefel Tower I said when did they put all those buildings around it!

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  22. wonderful! I've never been to Vegas...always wanted to avoid it, but it is certainly interesting looking from a photography standpoint.

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