The atrium of Las Vegas’ World of Coca-Cola resembles a giant Coke bottle.
Las Vegas’ Veer Towers are twin 37-story, 480-foot (150 m), condominium towers that each lean five degrees from center in opposite directions.
The two 395-feet-tall water intake towers rise out of the water on the Nevada side of Hoover Dam. Two nearly-identical towers are also on the Arizona side.
A view of the Las Vegas Strip looking north from a pedestrian bridge at New York New York.
A crane outside of Las Vegas’ CityCenter assists with construction outside of the nearly-complete Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas’ Sahara Hotel and Casino’s sign as seen through the steel structure atop the hotel’s porte-cochére.
Tables on a patio overlooking the Grand Canal at The Venetian, Las Vegas.
These power lines carry freshly-generated electricity away from Hoover Dam to distant destinations.
The sun behind a segment of track of The Roller Coaster at New York New York Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas.
Las Vegas’ Veer Towers reflected in the glass facade of the never-opened Harmon Hotel at CityCenter.
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