Gulfstream Park

What you see here are some Aerial shots of The Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino. This is a cool spot to come watch horse racing. Its a popular hang out for my pops, and I often come with him to spend some son and dad time and kick back some cold ones :)

I grew up in Nevada so the Casino is not very impressive to me, but the track is really nice and the action is always good.

The pegasus you see, is a new 110 foot tall bronze sculpture that is almost finished. They have been working on it for a while, the estimated cost of the sculpture was 30 million.

What: Pegasus slaying a dragon

Idea conceived: April 2011

Dimensions: 110 feet tall, 115 feet wide, 200 feet long

Materials: Pegasus, 330 tons of steel and 132 tons of bronze; dragon, 110 tons of steel and 132 tons of bronze

Journey to Hallandale Beach: Hundreds of bronze pieces were packed in 26 shipping containers and sent by boat which took about six weeks. The steel was packed in 23 containers and also sent by boat.

Nuts and bolts: 18,000 screws

Workers: More than 200, including four translators

Cost: About $30 million

Construction: Took about eight months and is nearly complete. The landscaping and water feature should be completed by summer 2015. (Via: Miami Herald)







Las Vegas Strip

Like with all of my travels I usually start with all the touristy spots, you know the places you see on tv, the stuff you read about on the plane in that funky magazine, the places you hear about as a kid. Im not sure why but I love all the touristy stuff, I mean how could you not? You have only been hearing about it for years. I hear more photographers than not say the complete opposite, not me I absolutely love it, specially in good company. Don’t get me wrong, I love going off the grid and getting my self into some scary situations but for the most part I love touristy spots. The Golden Gate, The Empire Estate Building, you know? How could you not???

Here is Las Vegas Strip, as touristy as it gets, I can walk up and down this place for a year and get a million cool photos, this place is just cool. This was shot from my room at the Cosmo from the 68th floor. After a few weeks driving staying in crappy motels, (nothing wrong with that) I had to treat my self to awesomeness on the last day of my trip.

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Las Vegas Strip