Rising Up The Stratosphere

I may take the short trip to the Stratosphere tomorrow or soon for some better photos from up there. The Stratosphere Tower offers plenty of very different photo opportunities as compared to photographing the Strip at ground level. This time, I’m going to take my camera bag with all three of my lenses. Yes, just three lenses!

I sold a couple of lenses a few months ago as they were really not needed.

I would love to have one more lens though, a quality Macro lens. Once in a while I want to capture something in fine Macro detail but it’s tough to do with a wide-angle lens or an 18-55mm lens although my 70-300mm lens does occasionally capture some good closeups. But alas, I’m an amateur photographer anyway!

The photo is a bit fuzzy… ooops

Categories:Casinos, Home, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Strip, Mojave Desert, Nevada, Nikon, Photography

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2 replies

  1. Get a picture of Infinity! I went on that, and it was awesome!

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