The Linq Spindle

Or Hub if you prefer. I’m fascinated with the abstractness of this design! Simple and elegant to behold yet it looks so incredibly fragile. Well, I can assure you this structure is safe for the obvious reason that it’s in use, but beyond that consider the extreme wind storms that Las Vegas Valley is pounded with at times. They occur more frequently during the cooler months of the year. Gusts to 60+ mph are common with them!



Categories:Home, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Strip, Nevada, Nikon, Photography

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4 replies

  1. desert dust storms…definitely something I don’t miss about ‘home’

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