We're back from Vegas and had a really successful trip.
The only real bummer of the trip was that our fairly new Prius developed a whistle in the window (?!), and so, driving up the highway for 4 hours to Las Vegas, we were "serenaded" by a high pitched, screaming whistle. Almost enough to make me drive the car off a cliff after plunging toothpicks into my eyes.
But I prevailed in not doing so.
Which allowed us to have some great sessions on Friday in the Neon Boneyard. Don't know what that is? It's where they stash all the old, ginormous, colorful and glitzy signs from the ghosts of Vegas's past.
Basically a photographer's dream.
After our shoots we (Tyler and I) went exploring the strip. Yes, that's right, we stayed on the strip. Don't blame me, blame Priceline. OK it's my fault, since I didn't explicitly say, "Hey priceline, don't get us a room in the trashiest section of town, k?"
In my very humble opinion, the whole Las Vegas Strip is just YUCK. I despise it so much but I always forget I do until I trick myself into going there again. Other parts of Las Vegas are just lovely. In fact during this wedding I came to really love the mountains and scenery of the area. But the strip?
Again, makes me want to poke toothpicks into my eyes, drive off cliffs, etc.
Meet Kim+Lee. These two glorious people were married on Saturday, and I'm anxious to show you my favorites from their day. But first, the pre-wedding shoot we did in the boneyard.
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