Shot with my Canon 70D. The night I shot this I was (almost) simultaneously using both my DSLR and my iPhone between shots from each device. At the time I was shooting this, I had been out of the photography game for a few years, and not remembering the appropriate settings for long exposure and not having a tripod, a shot like this at best was the best I could do. I don’t know if tripods are allowed on commercial flights or not, but if this COVID-19 blows over, and I’m in a position to come back to Vegas, I’ll try to make a better shot of this hotel. Hopefully, my wife and I can stay here! We was at The Excalibur the last time.
It was basically Disneyland with blackjack tables and slots!
Not a gambler, I suck at it. Lesson learned!
Trivia: In the daytime, the fountain shoots every 15-20 minutes, at night, it shoots every 30 minutes. Probably because at night you can see the patterns from the fountains at night. You gotta be there to see it!
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