We had a great time in Nevada and DH didn’t lose me once as I took off with the camera. When booking our hotel room I specifically asked for a high floor with a strip view so that I could take photos from a different vantage point through the large windows. We were on the 43rd floor and while it didn’t face the part of the strip I thought it would, I had fun anyway. You’ve already seen the night shot with the moon and Monochrome Monday yesterday featured a view of the strip. Today I’m showing you the view from across the street.
As I knew I wanted to photograph these and other areas that would require a zoom lens – which I don’t have – I rented a great Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8 lens from the friendly and very knowledgeable folks at Midwest Photo Exchange. You don’t have to live in the central Ohio area to take advantage of their services; you can give them a call or email them. After this rental I’m tempted to buy the zoom lens but I must curb my gear enthusiasm for awhile 😉 All images shown here were taken with the Tamron lens except for the first one which was taken with my 35mm Canon L lens.
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