Mellow Yellow?

Or screaming yellow? This is a recirculated photo as I’ve got a schedule to meet today and no new photos thanks to my teeth needing some serious attention. I detest the dentist! Maybe I’ll try some Street Photos today.

In other essential news (haha), at some point later this year I will possibly/likely be leaving Las Vegas for West Central Florida where I used to live. I still have family in Florida and the state is still Home to me.

I am excited about this! I won’t give details, it’s too personal for this space but suffice it to say that things in my family are changing. Changing in a good way which I’m grateful for. So, what will happen to this blog?

Good question. When the time comes, I will take this site down and move my blogging to a new site which will of course be based in Florida and photography based, but with other interests as well.

I will make time for my followers to move with me to the new blog when that time comes. I hope you will continue to follow Las Vegas Photoblog until such time, then make the move to a new blog when it happens. Thanks to all of you!!

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