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May 2016 Western Trip - Part 20
Las Vegas Departure - Cheryl is heading back to Texas, while I continue on with another week of vacation working my way slowly through some new and revisited locations I wanted to photograph. We arrived in Las Vegas for an evening and the next day before Cheryl's flight home. While there we washed some clothes, rearranged who needed what going forward and enjoyed a walk-around that evening and a little of the next day to see and photograph some of the Las Vegas sites.
Las Vegas is a great place if you want to do some candid people photography. There are some real characters there, but unfortunately there are also a lot of lost people in Las Vegas. Many trying to find their way in this world and many looking in all the wrong places. While Las Vegas is an interesting place to experience, even if you don't gamble, (which we don't, but hey we spent two days in Napa Valley, California and we don't drink either), it is nonetheless wearing on the soul and spirit and we are always ready to move on fairly quickly.
I've flown into Las Vegas several times as a jumping off point to renting a car and getting out into what's known as the "Golden Circle of National Parks". There are so many great places to visit and experience in a 200-300 mile circle around Las Vegas and that's what I had on my mind as I dropped Cheryl off at the airport and headed out for some unique sights!
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