Las Vegas

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Me and my mo-fry in Las Vegas for his b-day!

Viva Las Vegas baby! ‘What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas’ is a thing of the past! I loved my time in this wild and crazy city of lights in the middle of nowhere! It was our first time away from home and what a trip! Pun intended.

The sights and sounds are a bit of a sensory overload for some but to shutter bugs like us, it was pure heaven! You cannot forget your camera, ever! It’s the best place to just sit and people watch! Pull up a chair to a penny slot, slide in that dollar bill, and let the free drinks come your way!

You can’t forget your walking shoes, what looks like just a few minutes away is VERY deceiving!

written by colefry on 2011-11-28 in #world #locations #casino #gamble #usa #select-type-of-location #escape-from-the-city #the-strip #vegas

2 Comments

  1. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    what camera and film did you use for these pictures?

  2. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Always a fun place to shoot.

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