Fremont Street

Today I drove to Downtown Las Vegas to photograph the people and sights there. It’s always a place full of sounds and energy. I’ve been there just once before, sometime last summer, 2017. There were as usual, a few scantily clad women walking about, selling whatever, probably show tickets and drinks. One gal had most of her bum (and body) hanging out in the cool crisp air. What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay here…

Its really easy to find Fremont Street and park. I used the parking garage for The D but there are other options. Using The D parking structure, you can walk right onto Fremont Street directly from your car. I am going to assume that the lack of big crowds today is due to the cooler weather and this being Friday. I won’t go down there at night, or to the Strip either. Way too many nutters! More to come from Fremont Street.

Categories:Casinos, Las Vegas, Nevada, Nikon, Photography

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    • Indeed, some of the stuff I saw wasn’t good – homeless beggars and scantily clad women handing out tickets for shows on the strip. But overall, visiting this place is very upbeat and the music coming over the incredible sound system keeps things going. Wish my kids could get out here from Michigan!


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