Saturday, July 08, 2006

Taken From The Top, Part 1

My first night in Las Vegas, I stayed at The Stratosphere. By staying there, I got free admission to the Stratosphere Tower the next morning. It's the tallest structure west of the Mississippi, and the view from the top is incredible. The shot above is looking south by south-west, along Las Vegas Boulevard, aka The Strip. It was a bit hazy, so the mountains (and California) in the distance are obscured. But if you look closely, you can pick out all of the major hotels and casinos. The shot below is looking north, and you can see downtown Las Vegas, in it's slightly-faded glory. The most obvious landmark in this shot is the cylindrical roof over Fremont Street.

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