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Of course you can’t visit Vegas without stopping by the famous sign that tells you that you are in Vegas!!! Dahhhhh! And why do we do that? Even a better question – Why do we take a picture of it? I know – very cliche – but that’s Ok by me. Hope it’s Ok by you too.

Since joining RB I’ve greatly enjoyed being part of a lovely community of wonderful people. I’ve also made some new friends that I hope to meet one day in person. I have several passions/hobbies/professions (music, photography, martial arts & yes environmental engineering to name a few)! I am very blessed being able to work in all of these. Please feel free to visit & provide honest opinion on my photos as I am still learning (a day that goes by without learning anything is a wasted day).

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  • julie08
    julie08over 3 years ago

    Great shot :)

  • Many thanks Julie! Glad you like it.

    – © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography

  • Gary L   Suddath
    Gary L Suddathover 3 years ago

    great shot, been a while sence I been there

  • Thanks Gary; glad you like this one too. Yeah – I would like to go back again just to absorb the beauty and the madness of the city. Much appreciate your visits.

    – © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography

  • BrendaForsey
    BrendaForseyover 3 years ago

    This is perfect…i like the famous sign, in all the movies…and it deserves its time in the spot light too! Now you know where you are..and as you walk down the “strip” you will see the specialness and uniqueness of Vegas…the sign is just the beginning of what is to unfold for the visitor! Your night photography is really good…??? I suspect a tripod, and slower shutter setting? takes patience and time to create this…in evening light…i am learning!

  • Hi Brenda; I believe it was an excellent night for photography, all considering… I mean I ended up seeing a lot of Vegas (mainly the strip and Fremont Ave and few other spots in between) in the short time I was there; and the sign was a must! And yes, tripod and slow shutter speed and many lenses all part of the fun! Vegas is one of those places that pictures cannot describe – you wpuld have to be there to see it and experience it. I’m glad you like this one too Brenda. Many thanks my friend.

    – © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography

  • peter  jackson
    peter jacksonover 3 years ago

    Hany i would give my right arm to go to vegas, just to look around and take pics. This is quite a nice shot.

  • Thanks Peter. I’m sure they have lots of right arms in Vegas – all they want is for us to give our wallets away (LOL). Thanks for the great comment. Appreciate the visit.

    – © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography

  • Tracy66
    Tracy66about 3 years ago

    Meet me in Las Vegas and we can go to the casino and make some big money. Awesome shot

  • Hi Tracy; don’t tempt me (LOL)….. on another thought…. okay….. I’ll be there… I’ll meet you on the corner of Winning Photos and Empty Pockets…. LOL……. thank you Tracy for your kind feedback. Glad you like it. Hany

    – © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography

  • Richard  Cubitt
    Richard Cubittalmost 3 years ago

    …Im there in Sept….excited!

  • Hi Richard; it is an exciting place. Lots of pic opportunities if you haven’t been there before. Look forward to seeing your images.

    – © Hany G. Jadaa © Prince John Photography

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