Las Vegas – “Unreal City”

It’s quiet in my room at Bill’s Gambling Hall on the Las Vegas strip.  I’ve been in town for a little over a day now, preparing for the Digital Signage Expo which opens tomorrow at the Las Vegas Convention Center.  I just got back from the opening reception / dinner at a place in Caesar’s.  As I was walking back to the hotel, this phrase popped into my head: the “unreal city” from T.S. Elliot’s “The Wasteland” which I intend on recording on my website, sometime, if copyrights permit. 

I’ve seen too much of Vegas.  In the past few years, I’ve been here almost two months in sum… too much for most.  I think the first week is the eye opener.  The next few, I walked the strip with my camera and tripod, the last two weeks have been fairly low key.  Don’t get me wrong: I have my camera ready to go, probably tomorrow night, but for now, I want to get some rest and do some graphic “playing” before bed.

I hope you are well, whoever you are, reading this.  


Neighborhood Shots – The Burning Tree

The past few weeks, I’ve been trying to go out at night, when the streets are wet, to take photos around my neighborhood (see the “photos” link under the Main Menu).  The past few nights I’ve been particularly anxious to get some shots as the leaves have passed their peak and are falling quick, making some really interesting splashes of color.

I spent last evening with my friends, the Daures, down in Stamford.  When we took a walk, I seriously regretted not bring my tripod as their neighborhood has some interesting turns and windy paths.  Needless to say, when I got home (ca 1:00) I was too psyched to go to sleep.  I grabbed my tripod and walked the neighborhood until 3 or so.  Here are some of the shots I’ve pulled off the cards so far.  More are on the way.

Norwalk, CT - Burning Tree - by Seth Perkins

IBC – Day 3 – Pictures from the Streets of Amsterdam

Taking a brief break from the show floor before returning for the closing 3D movie presentation.  Thought I’d upload some of the pictures I’ve taken the past two nights.  There are a lot more to sort through. 


Reach out and make a friend