Glossy Ambience

Las Vegas is famous not only for its casinos, entertainment and vibrant nightlife, but also for its distinct, sophisticated, European inspired architectures.

These photographs are an outcome of my recent visit to this most happening city during the holiday season. The glossy ambience of every place was unique and enthralling. No matter how cold or how low you feel, these ambiences are sure to lift up your spirits and make you feel alive!

Fremont Street Experience happens to be one of the famous attractions in Las Vegas with sparkling and stimulating light shows!

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Fremont Street, Las Vegas

The architecture and ambience at St. Marks’s Square, The Venetian makes every effort to make you feel like you are in Venice!

St.Marks Square- The Venetian, Las Vegas

Fiori Di Como are the floral glass sculptures in the lobby of Bellagio. These beautifully hand crafted carvings are sure to win your attention and admiration!

Fiori Di Como-Β  Bellagio, Las Vegas

For every MGM Studios movie/ cartoon fan, this gleaming lion at MGM Grand is sure to bring back a lot of memories!

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MGM Grand- Las Vegas

 

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19 thoughts on “Glossy Ambience

      1. He he. Yeah well, same is the case here. Except that, Sunday is drawing to an end.
        I don’t quite remember why you won’t have coffee. What was it about?
        And what are you writing and putting up on the blog next?

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      2. No big reason, just that I couldn’t get ‘used’ to coffee or tea. πŸ™ƒ Next, I was planning on another photograph, as I don’t have a post ready! I started writing a short story, but yet to complete it. Needs more editing and proofing. How about you? Did you join Indiblogger?

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      3. *looking around to hide his head somewhere*
        No I haven’t joined yet. I do think it is a wonderful community and a great way to widen the audience base. I hope I’ll make a decision in the next week.
        You couldn’t get used to them, umm, seems I heard about this somewhere though I can’t quite recall all of it.
        Photography posts are great. They demand minimal effort and provide a lot of views. So yes, good idea. And short story, wow! I want to read it, like right now. 😁😁
        Whenever you’re stuck with the blog output, slip in a few photography posts. That way, we’d also have an idea that you haven’t been abducted by the IS or aliens. 😝😝

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      4. Haha, okay no problem! πŸ™ƒ Yeah, photograph posts are like a savior, when there is nothing really to write, but you want your blog posts to be regular. A lesson learned from your series- thanks to you! πŸ™‚ And thank you very much for your enthusiasm!! Really, means a lot to me! πŸ˜‡ Hehe I’m afraid I’m unable to write as I wanted to. But never mind, I’m keeping in mind that I can get better only if I keep writing, though not fully satisfied with the post. And yes, I’ll surely post photographs at least, to make sure I’m not abducted. 😜 Thank you very much for your motivation and constant reminding of posting regularly. It is really playing a key role in me being regular and I’m glad about it!! 😊😊

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      5. As long as you don’t think I’m pestering you, it’s fine. πŸ˜›
        Your stories are nice, as are the heartfelt posts. So, having more of them to read can only be a good thing for me and the other readers. Plus, you have been irregular, like a lot. πŸ˜€
        Hoping this time you’ll keep the pace up. πŸ™‚

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      6. Of course not! Making me regular only makes me aware of my blog being liked, so who would say no? 😬 Thank you very much about the stories. My little effort to make a point through stories being appreciated is very motivating to me. 😊 I will keep up the pace this time. And if I do, all thanks to you!! πŸ˜„

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