On the last day of our trip we visited the wheel in Las Vegas. $23 for a ticket to see Vegas from the sky. The wheel is 550 ft tall – around 120 feet higher than the London Eye. Next time I come I am going to do the wheel at night for views off the strip in neon. Here are some phone shots.
Drive to Vegas via Zion National Park and Grafton – the old Mormon Ghost town just outside the park.
Afternoon at Bryce Canyon after a long drive from Moab. The weather gods were good to us with near perfect conditions. Here are a few phone pictures.
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Drove from Monument Valley to Moab then on to the National Park. Here are some phone shots and a great shot from Mick of Tracey at Arches.
Great texture in the clouds. This was taken on my phone. Looking forward to processing the camera images when I get home.
Here are some pictures from our trip today around Monument Valley. Staying at The View hotel this evening.
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Here are just a few shots taken on my phone and processed through Google photos of Antelope Canyon.
We have had some great days on the trip so far. Day 2 saw us heading down to Williams. Day 3 was a dramatic change in the weather heading to the Grand Canyon and day 4 started with a tour of Antelope Canyon. Here are a few pictures from the trip so far.
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Here we go on our latest trip to the USA. Accompanied by Julie, Nicky, Damian, Mick, Tracey and Pam. First night in Vegas staying at the Flamingo Hotel then out the the famous Vegas sign first thing for the group photo shot. We are then heading North East to Kingman before heading East to Williams along Route 66. More photos to follow.
Just got back from a 3 day visit to East Sussex to photograph around Rye and Dungeness. Great remote landscapes with big skys. We stayed at the Playden Oast House near Rye and travelled out to Dungeness. Due to the time of year the place is virtually deserted. Well worth a trip to photograph the old wrecks and containers laid up on the beach. Here are a few pics from the day – All have been run through Lightroom and Photoshop.
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