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Tag Archives: Nevada
Form follows function is an old adage from 20th century architecture. I would also say form follows beautiful function. The Hoover Dam, construction triumph of the Great Depression and President Roosevelt’s New Deal, is the epitome of this. While it … Continue reading
It’s been a busy travel weekend catching up with old friends from college in Utah and Nevada, which means I’ve been hesitant to take time away from the reminiscing and laughter to update this blog. We’ve been wandering among a … Continue reading
Rolling into a new year spurs looking ahead to fresh adventures and travels, lingering in quirky cafes, and discovering unseen vistas. Now that 2011 is finally here, I am chomping at the bit to be lacing up my hiking boots … Continue reading
Las Vegas was a photographer’s dream – so much variety and humanity! Enjoy the following selection of my own photos of Vegas.
I have posted my first set of photos from our October trip to Nevada. Enjoy our river rafting and hiking adventures in the desert, as well as our tour of the Hoover Dam.
It’s no secret that the concept of Las Vegas doesn’t excite me. I’ve never been a partying, gambling, drinking kind of girl. My first impressions were not favorable – an overwhelming jumble of clashing themes, lights, noises, and people. There … Continue reading