One of the guest room towers at Bally’s Las Vegas rises into the Nevada sky
An abstraction of the facade of Bally’s Las Vegas. In 1980, when this property was the MGM Grand, 85 people died when fire raced through the casino and billowed smoke into this tower. The building was repaired and reopened in 1981. Four years later, the property was sold to Bally Entertainment.
An abstract study of decorative metal towers at the entrance to Bally’s Las Vegas along The Strip.
On the moving sidewalk leading from Bally’s to the Las Vegas Strip.