The Majesty Of Light on Flickr.
The Corridor” by Robert Park on Flickr.
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Rt 66 Las Vegas’
Sometimes it is good to take a break from the norm and try to see things differently.
Everybody knows that the Vegas Strip is full of glitz and glamour with casinos like the Bellagio with their fountains and the stainless steel of City Center.
The Harley Davidson Café is over the top too with this mammoth motorcycle exploding in a blaze of color.
It reminded me of Rt 66 although with glam. I decided to go in a totally different direction and give it the vintage nostalgic look.
I has grown on me.
By © Robert Park www.robert-park.com
Toroweap Point” Toroweap Point offers the most magnificent view in the entire Grand Canyon. The view is dramatic because the cliff is nearly vertical, dropping almost straight down some 3,000 feet to the Colorado River. The viewpoint offers a dramatic view of the middle part of the Grand Canyon. © Robert Park www.robert-park.com/
Tranquil Tides” The scenic beauty of the seastacks offshore and headlands onshore make your stroll down the sand particularly memorable at Canon Beach . Fly a kite, watch the sea creatures in the tidepools, or take in a sunset on the famous Haystack Rocks. Relaxing on the beach is part of the Cannon Beach experience. The area is protected as part of the
Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge as well as a designated National Wilderness Area. I had envisioned a spectacular sunset on the black sand beaches however when I saw the reflections in the wet sand as the waves receded I was compelled by this most peaceful scene. Waiting for just the right moment when the receding tide and reflection was perfect I exposed my film and knew I had captured something monumental. Located in Oregon. © Robert Park www.robert-park.com/
Crystal Skyscraper on Flickr.
GEOMETRIC LINES AND PATTERNS ON SKYSCRAPERS AT CITY CENTER LAS VEGAS
Robert Park’s photo “Point of Light” has been chosen for this years 2013 Lake Powell Phone Book.
Alstrom Point 2003
“Autumn Rising” By Robert Park on Flickr.