The Sweltering Las Vegas Strip

Here’s the north end of the Vegas Strip sweltering in another Las Vegas summer. I should go hang on the Strip soon, see how well the tourists are handling the heat since they aren’t acclimated. Poor folks… Water is the obvious key along with frequent breaks inside cool buildings. Be careful folks!



Categories:America, Blogging, Home, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas Valley, Mojave Desert, Mountains, Nevada, Nikon, People, Photography, Thoughts, Vegas Locals, Weather

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3 replies

  1. Yes – that’d be funny to do a photo shoot of the tourists shocked by the heat! 😉 You could stand outside any establishment and capture their faces as they step out the door into the heat.

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  2. The airport is another great place for people watching too. 😎

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  3. Looking forward to seeing those photos. I remember what I said the first time I visited Las Vegas “How can anyone choose to live here!”

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