Back To The Spillway

I still feel rather shitty after my brief visit last Sunday to hospital but feeling much better too if that makes sense. It’s a slow process, anyway I needed to go elsewhere than the grocer today so I decided to hit the spillway again but this time with the new mirrorless Nikon and 24-70mm lens.

What do you think?

I say the images are as usual better than the D3300 body! I have several more photos from this that have to be sifted through, try to find the ‘most interesting’ of the lot. 😎


Overcast Strip

It’s been overcast and kind of gloomy all day today which makes me feel blah. Even the Las Vegas Strip seems sad and gloomy seen from several miles away… The 24-70 lens did a good job here.

Dark World

I snapped this photo when leaving the spillway a bit ago, going for dark and grungy… It’s kind of dark today anyway! Plate Tectonics did a fine job of pushing that rock to about 45 degrees.

The Box Life

I’ve watched this new home construction for a few weeks now, they seem to be in zero hurry to complete this box house. Out of frame are a bunch of new boxes in an almost completed neighbourhood. The Box Life seems to be very popular in this area but who want’s to live in a box?

Zed Six Dark

Just two photos taken tonight on the new Nikon. I admit to feeling rather trapped the last several days since this damned respiratory problem has kept me home because of still feeling so tired and coughing up stuff, enough said. Here are some photos from being bored tonight. 😂🤮

A Drone’s Southern View

One more image taken by the DJI drone a couple or three years ago. The Red Rock Escarpment is seen on the right, the road is Charleston Boulevard seen snaking it’s way south where it will terminate at SR160 or Blue Diamond Road. SR160 crosses this image east to west very distant in the image and isn’t visible of course. SR160 west from this point will take you to about 5500ft ASL at Mountain Springs, NV. Continue west and you will arrive in Pahrump, NV in about thirty minutes.