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With almost 4000 rooms and thirteen restaurants, Caesar's Palace, is one of the largest resort complexes in the world; a fun land for adults to eat, drink and be merr-y (-ily relieved of their money).
The picture shows a 20 foot (6.1m) tall Caesar Augustus at the entrance to his palace, with one of his towers of rooms behind him.
Detail of a statue of an angel blowing a trumpet at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
The restuarant Trevi at the Forum Shops at Caesars with its faux outdoor seating located next to the "Fountain of the Gods"
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A statue of Julius Caesar at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
The façade of the main entrance to the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
So we can eat up all your money!! ;))
The casino at the Caesar's Palace in Vegas
Taken from the top of the Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas.
Caesar is trying to over power me but he doesn't know he is dealing with a 100% Sicilian!! lol ;))
Looks better from a distance on my monitor and uncompressed...
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Caesars Palace’s Augustus Tower rises into the early-evening Las Vegas sky.
Traffic at the intersection of Flamingo Road and the Las Vegas Strip (Las Vegas Boulevard).
Another view of Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas just after sunrise. The lights were still on, but already clear enough to see all the details.
ISO 100, 10mm, f9, (1/2, 1/8. 2.0) sec. I had to work hard to correct the perspective distortion. I think the fountain is still a bit slanted. While doing this, I had to clone the bottom of the image to fill in the blank space left over after the perspective correction. Only after I was almost done with the whole image did I notice the small cloning error. It as also difficult to deal with the sky because the Photomoatix settings I liked for the building created a horrible halo on the sky. Nik Viveza worked relatively well to fix it: I placed a control point high up in the sky and increased the brightness a lot. Did that with several control points along the top.
The sign and facade of the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Multiple exposures were fused to bring out the tonal range here - Caesars Palace and the fountain were shot using a wide angle lens.
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I always love walking through the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace whenever I'm in Vegas. Brilliant strategy on their part, too. If they don't get your money at the casino, they'll get it in the shopping mall!
The Goddess of Victory stands guard at the front of Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
I admit to adding the apostrophe to the name of this establishment, without it the name is meaningless; yes, I know I'm a pedant, but I grew up in a time when language meant something. Anyhow, Caesars Palace is one of the most prestigious casino hotels in the world and one of Las Vegas' largest and best known landmarks, according to Wikipedia.
The same view as yesterday's shot, only this time at sunset. I loved the lines that the streets made heading directly away from Treasure Island. The sunset colors were amazing over the mountains too!
Another one of the beautiful fountain that surround Caesars Palace.
The Mirage forms in the distance along the Las Vegas Strip.
A reproduction of Michelangelo’s David at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Just outside Caesars Palace and Casino Las Vegas this little bird gathers bedding for its nest.
Las Vegas (often abbreviated to "Vegas") is the most populous city in the state of Nevada, United States, the seat of Clark County, and an internationally known vacation, shopping, entertainment, and gambling destination. It was established in 1905 and officially became a city in 1911. It is the largest U.S. city founded in the 20th century.
The name Las Vegas is often applied to the unincorporated areas of Clark County that surround the city, especially the resort areas on and near the Las Vegas Strip. This 4½ mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is mostly outside the Las Vegas city limits, in the unincorporated towns of Paradise and Winchester.
The center of gambling in the United States, Las Vegas is marketed as The Entertainment Capital of the World and is famous for its massive, lavish casino resorts. It is also commonly known as Sin City, due to the popularity of legalized gambling, availability of alcoholic beverages at any time (as is true throughout Nevada), and various forms and degrees of adult entertainment. The city's glamorous image has made it a popular setting for films and television programs.
This photo will be will be used by Josh Rubenstein for his CBS 2 and KCAL 9 (Los Angeles, CA) weather reports.
Statues under an ornate ceiling in the lobby of Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Decorative columns at Caesars Palace rise into the blue Las Vegas sky.
The Grand Lobby of the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
Caesars Palace‘s Augustus Tower seems to hide behind trees as the sun starts to set on the Las Vegas Strip.
This was taken at one of the fountains outside of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
One of several fountains at Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas.
The "Forum" located in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. This was taken during the afternoon with sunlight shinning through the windows and dome. Straight from the camera, this shows the beautiful architecture, with angles and arches; lighting and shadows; color and details, that produce a unique combination of form and space.
Check out a different angle of the "Forum" taken at night with the interior lighting. www.flickr.com/photos/12143104@N07/2964007534/