Each of these old photos have been processed via the Aurora HDR application, and one other on the MacBook. They’ve each passed through them several times actually, layered up I suppose. The mailboxes were photographed along Blue Diamond Road in the southwest corner of Las Vegas Valley. This road heading west will take you over the mountain pass and into the Pahrump Valley area and of course Pahrump, Nevada.
The locks were photographed with the iPhone in 2016 when I was locking a customer out of their locker due to the non-payment of rent. Dirtbags!
The restaurant photo with the huge antlers is an iPhone photo from maybe three years ago, taken in a Claim Jumpers restaurant. That location has now been torn down, another stinking fast food joint is being built on the property. Now this is a real step backward, isn’t it?
The Las Vegas sign is not the main, big sign located on the far south end of the Las Vegas Strip. This one is located well north of the main venues along Las Vegas Boulevard where there are small hotels and businesses, including that world-famous pawn store you’ve seen on TV for years where Pawn Stars is recorded.
The row of slot machines, or one-armed bandits, are found in many fuel stations around Las Vegas. I strongly dislike them being located inside these places. They tend to draw some very suspicious or questionable clientele. Also, it really grinds my gears that they are freely tossing what money they may have, into other’s pockets. Give me that money, I will put it directly into my bank where it belongs.
Last but not least, is a random image that has had Symmetry added. I’ve no idea where or when it was taken, but it was taken here someplace. Thanks for reading this!!