Last weekend I was a tourist in my own city, sort of. I stayed a night at Palms Place. It was a spur of the moment thing. I had to stay in the city, due to family business, and made the most of it.
I took the cityscape above Saturday night. Vegas is enchanting when it puts it night costume on. The one that most people probably associate Vegas with. It is a mirage, and illusion in many ways. You can get, and do anything you like in Vegas. You could also easily loose everything you have. I’ve come to the conclusion that I have a love-hate relation to my new home. There are many things to love, and other things that I choose to not see (to be able to focus on my mission.) There are opportunities in this city, that’s for sure.
This photo is taken Sunday morning, standing at the same place, just slightly to the right. It’s very different, don’t you think? You can see that there’s actually a lot of greenery around the houses. Overall big efforts are made to make Las Vegas an oasis in the desert. It is an oasis. I love the palm trees you see everywhere. That makes me think of vacations along the Mediterranean Sea. Makes me very relaxed, and fills me with a feeling of gratitude.
I took this photo at the very first light, while walking my German Shepherd. You meet all kinds of interesting people this time of the day. . Sin City can not take away the beauty of a sunrise. A sunrise is still a sunrise, and I wouldn’t miss it for the world. I hope you enjoyed these cityscapes. I uploaded them to my gallery, and you will find available prints here, or by clicking on any of these photos. I’ve used Fine Art America for my prints for several years now, and I’m very happy with them. They recently gave the site a face lift, that we could choose to use for our personal art pages as well. I really like it! I’d love your opinion about it!
Have a fabulous Thursday!