Sunshine coupled with 77F degrees and very low humidity is the perfect recipe for a nice cruise around Las Vegas.
It’s always fun to take the freeway, right? Nope! Not here anyway, and it’s nothing compared to California driving. I had yet another doctor’s appointment today, these photos were taken along the way to and from the office. How do I get photos while driving? Very carefully! I had the 50mm lens attached, so this is basically point and shoot photography since the lens once set to the proper focus, just takes sharp photos. Click! Thank you, nifty fifty!
I know, it’s a boring photo, right? But, this is the furthest south you can travel on Las Vegas Boulevard. Just beyond the sign, there is a small turnaround, and that’s it! At center-left, you can see a very bright light. It’s not an actual light but rather one of the collecting towers at the Ivanpah Solar Array located just across the border in California.
These photos are from 2017 when I was driving a big rig down to Florida from Michigan for my father. Being an avid boater while growing up in Michigan, it’s always a treat to stop by the Anclote River Ramp, a place that I have launched from in the 1990s when we lived near this park in Dunedin, Florida. Today, I live in a freaking desert.LOL!!