Correctly spelled as well! I sincerely would love to see American English in it’s printed form, return to it’s proper British spellings. There was never a valid reason to have changed it. Summerlin is in my perspective the best area of Las Vegas Valley. Other locals may dispute that but that’s OK with me!
Can you see any reason in this iPhone image that helped me decide to remain here in lovely Las Vegas, Nevada? Not to return to Michigan? It’s a case of Desert love! I’ll be back to Nikon photos soon.
I snapped this not so good photo yesterday on the way home from the beer store. I forgetted my Nikon! Not too bad for a cell phone I guess. This area is several miles south of Red Rock Canyon proper and is a giant fault line. I love my mountains and canyons! You can read more on RRC by clicking here.
Two towers which support a sort of floating roof. iPhone7 using the Lenka B&W application.
Photos are via the iPhone 7.
One more photo from the auto dealer visit this morning, a skylight above the customer waiting area. Via iPhone7 and iColorama. Click the photo…
This is photo two from the iPhone at the auto dealer this morning. I used the Impresso application to get the nice painted effect. Click the photo for better detail.
Well, as stated in my previous writings I drove my truck to the north end of the valley where I had purchased my new truck in May for some interiour work. The window seal moldings are bent downward into the door, not how they are supposed to be! Long story short, the inner door panels must both be replaced. Thank God for warranty work!
Once this is complete, I’ll take the truck to my tint dude near the airport. He still has the best price so far for the same work and I’m looking forward to some nice dark glass, the truck will look even nicer. Just one thing though about dark window tinting though is that the police don’t favour it for an obvious reason and I certainly do agree with them.
It’s a risk, you could earn a ticket for this. But a risk that I’m willing to take. Next up? Possibly swapping out my steel wheels for some General Motors (GM) aluminum wheels. Or not because the cost of said wheels could also be spent on a nice cover for the bed. There are many more kinds of Tonneau Covers these days than the flimsy materials used in days past.
Anyway, today seems to be iPhone photo day, the Nikon was left at home. While waiting at the dealer for the good word, I snapped some photos and will post those photos later but this one came from my trip on the 215, heading for the northwest corner of the Valley. Maybe a bit too processed but whatever.
By the way, I’ve considered converting this site to a photography blog. Let’s face it – I’m not a writer and obviously prefer many types of photography from Landscapes to city streets over trying to write something deep, provocative or even remotely interesting. So, would this change my site from a No Niche’ site to a strictly photo blog? Hmmmm…. 🤔 Your thoughts are appreciated!
This sign is actually very large, I’ve cropped and straitened it. It’s on the building where I went last night for my first Ham Radio club meeting. I didn’t stay the full three hours, don’t have that much patience! But it was fun though. So today I’m considering driving the truck back to the dealer where I purchased it to have them look into replacing the damaged moldings inside each door, the ones that push against the glass. They are ruined and must be replaced before I can have the windows re-tinted to a much darker level. Window tinting in vehicles and homes is big business in the valley of the sun!
I appreciate the work these folks do, risking themselves to help others here in Red Rock Canyon.
A nice photo of a Mexican Palm outside my favourite wine and beer store. Click the photo.
An iPhone photo from my homeward trip from Michigan the other day, love these colours.