The sign of the Las Vegas location of Gilley’s—the Texas honky tonk featured in the move “Urban Cowboy”—at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino through netting along the property’s sidewalk on The Strip.
A cop car parked outside of the Flamingo Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas.
Neon stripes outline windows overlooking the Las Vegas strip at The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas.
A door leading to a restricted area at the base of a walkway over Las Vegas Boulevard (The Strip), Las Vegas.
Detail of the Riviera Hotel and Casino’s sign, Las Vegas.
A lone evergreen in front of Las Vegas’ Veer Towers at CityCenter.
The Fountains at the Bellagio, Las Vegas, lie in an 8-acre man-made lake and consist of over 1200 computer-controlled nozzles, some of which can shoot water over 460 feet into the air.
The Venetian’s hotel tower rises into the Las Vegas sky.
Two of Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace’s six towers—along with a portion of the Bellagio—are reflected in the 8-acre artificial lake in front of the latter hotel.
The almost-completed Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge over the Colorado River along the Nevada-Arizona border. This bridge lies just downstream from Hoover Dam and, since opening this fall, acts as a bypass for traffic that was originally directed across the dam.