Roberta's Las Vegas Real Estate Blog: Roberta LaRocca, REALTOR®, Broker, Salesperson, NV. Lic BS.507 (Simply Vegas Real Estate)

Las Vegas Real Estate Agent's Pictures of Las Vegas

Thought I'd share some more of my Las Vegas pictures. Since I've been doing some Las Vegas myth busting in my last few posts, this is also a fit. I've covered "There's no arts and culture" and "There's nothing to do but gamble". Now I'll add this one..."Las Vegas Locals never go to the Strip". Well...I do, and have pictures to prove it!

I don't think I'm alone, either. One clue might be the Vegas Locals Specials that are offered at various times. I'd even bet there might just be a few locals that work there! Sure, there is plenty to see and do off the Strip, so a matter of personal choice. I'm also including some of those off-Strip options in this new photo album.

Of course I have my Las Vegas Photoshows in a player and you can grab the feed here on my Active Rain Blog, but this is something different. My 'in-house' photographer has a large collection of pictures and panos from the Las Vegas Valley. Some are individual shots, or just too few to really put in a show. Others are pictures from the shows that have drawn requests for a copy.

There's even several from the recently opened Wynn Encore if you'd like to take a sneak peek at that fantastic new resort. If you enlarge the shot of Paris, you'll see the ramp used for the New Year's eve jump of the Arc de Triomphe by Robbie Madison. Check them all out in my
Las Vegas Picasa Web Album, just Click Here.

On my Picasa page you can view the full window sized slideshow, or check out individual pictures and view them 'full size" (up to 1600 px wide) by clicking on the magnifying glass at the top right hand corner of each picture. Even though they are resized and compressed from the originals, they tend to be a little more crisp than the ones in the photoshow XML player. They are also mapped on the right side of the page to give you an idea of the locations around the Las Vegas Valley.

You can even order prints, share, or download them and use them for a screen wallpaper if you'd like. I put them under a
Creative Commons License to make them a tad more accessible without the confusion of the © violations issues. Of course, for any commercial use you'll have to get in touch with me.

I'll be adding to the pictures from existing files and updating with some new ones from time to time. For those that enjoy Las Vegas, you may want to bookmark the page and stop back once in a while. Either that, or you can pick up the rss feed by clicking on the image below.

Roberta LaRocca's Pictures of Las Vegas

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Comment balloon 13 commentsRoberta LaRocca • January 06 2009 02:09AM
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