Darcie spotted this pretty portrait spot under this gnarly tree.
The checkerboard mesa can be seen on the rocks behind the trees. The crisscross patterns are a result of weathering and erosion of the Navajo sandstone.
We drove through St. George on the way to Vegas and stopped at the St. George temple.
The St. George temple is actually the first and oldest operating temple in modern times, made of sandstone plastered white. It is also one of only nine temples without a statue of the angel Moroni (as is the Cardston Alberta temple).
Some of Liberace's cars
Some of Liberace's pianos
Cly ran into some storm troopers patrolling the desert passage stores on the strip.
We walked around the Red Rock Hotel & Casino. It's a really nice place pretty far off the strip on the way to Red Rock Canyon.
The interior of the Red Rock is one of the nicest we've seen.
We stopped at a Lamborghini dealership
The dealership had a few other makes of cars too
The Bass Pro store in Las Vegas is definitely the largest outdoor/hunting store we've ever been to!
Check out the painted fish in the parking lot of Bass Pro
Nicely painted Lamborghini in one of the galleries at Caesar's Palace
Forum shops at Caesar's Palace
Fountains at the Bellagio
We attended the PMA trade show and got a glimpse of the new Canon EOS-1D Mark III.
Pro photographer demonstrates the Canon EOS-1D Mark III.