Sunday, July 25, 2010

Bellagio Atrium

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Some of you probably know that this "room" is usually full of flowers, plants, and fountains. Somehow the only photo I took in there was this one...



26 comments:

  1. What an intriguing shot. Kind of makes you tilt your head around while looking at it. Good eye!

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  2. Oh, Patrick! I love this shot. I am insanely jealous!!!

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  3. I love this image, this detail would be missed my most while they look only at the flora and fauna. Like lobsters in a cage - we simply don't look up enough.

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  4. Looks good in B&W! hint hint. lol

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  5. wonderful architectural shot, Patrick. this is first rate.

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  6. Awesome shot. Do you know that lately, when I am out shooting, I think to myself..."how would Pat and Betty handle this?"

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  7. Ah yes, a room I am very familiar with. Eerie to see it like that though.

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  8. I can understand why this would be what you'd make an image of....

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  9. Who needs nature when you can have construction at its best (& photographed by the best)?!
    xoRobyn

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  10. Impressive Shot Pat!!

    I do like this one.

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  11. Jeez, I've been in and out of that room many times and I've never looked at it from that angle before.

    Zowie.

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  12. Hi Pat!!! I am noticing a consistent trend in your photography in that you are fascinated with glass, windows and different angles. You have a real gift of an eye for seeing things that most would not. As I have said time and time again...I think you should consider creating a gallery in your own home!!

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  13. chuck - Yup, I was overjoyed when I saw it!

    RA - Yep, me too!

    BB - Thank you my friend! As well you should be...

    Jhon - Thanks! Everybody was looking at the stuff in the room, and I was looking "at" the room. Yum, lobster!

    dot - You are too funny! wink wink. It's there!
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    California Girl - Thank so much! It's one of my favs.

    Costea - thanks Costea!

    Corve - Thanks so much!

    Joe - thanks Joe, that's a nice compliment!

    Cheeseboy - Me too! We make sure to go at least a couple of times a year.

    pitchertaker - me too...

    Robyn - There's lots out there to take photos of...

    Jimmy - Thanks buddy!

    Postman - I've never been in there at night, I wonder if you can see the lights of the taller building through the glass? I'm gonna have to check it out.

    DrSoosie - You are so right! I don't think from a technical sense I'm that good, but I do have a good eye... I think I am going to have some printed up. People keep asking about buying some, so i may look into that as well. Oh yeah! WELCOME BACK....

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  14. Very creative shot.. I never look up
    at the Bellagio.. I'm usually looking
    at a roulette wheel.

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  15. A bit Alfred Hitchcockian no?

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  16. Faye - Thanks! All the Vegas talk is getting me in the mood...

    Copyboy - That never entered my mind, until I read this...good eye!

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  17. . . . and it is a good one. Unexpected shading. Really nice.

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  18. Are those bats or water sprinklers or some form of growth hanging from the roof of the thing? Don't ask why those are the first things that caught my eye - I guess I just have that awesome eye for detail - WHAT?! THOSE ARE JUST METAL THINGYS? oh...well...

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  19. This is a very cool scene...

    From the Far East.
    Greetings.
    ruma

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  20. Tapirgirl - Thanks! It was a good find.

    Andrea - they are lights! nothing scary..lol

    ruma2008 - Thanks! Same to you (from the west)!

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  21. You have a great eye and as copyboy pointed out earlier , I love the Hitchcock essence of the photo.

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  22. Blue Wave - thanks!

    NTP - Thanks so much! I thought I had signed up to follow you a while back. I just realized that either I didn't do it, or the link dropped. Anyway, I am now!

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