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I am visiting Las Vegas for a couple of days. I am interested in some landscape, architectural and street photography. What are some of the recommended places?

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closed as not constructive by jrista Dec 19 '12 at 19:24

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See meta discussion at [ Photo location tips: on or off topic?](…) – mattdm Dec 19 '12 at 18:59
@Vaishak: The answer to this kind of question, effectively, will be a unique perspective from each and every answerer, ultimately resulting in an aggregate answer of "Anywhere, Everywhere, in every situation day, night, and every other time in between." There is no real "answer" to questions like this, as it is ultimately just opinion-based and highly subjective. – jrista Dec 19 '12 at 19:23
@jrista Fair enough. since… was open since a year, I thought it might be OK to ask such questions. – Vaishak Suresh Dec 19 '12 at 20:06
@Vaishak: Ireland is an entire country, loaded with landscape and landmarks, and there are some key major locations within it for photography. Las Vegas is a single city with a bazillion visitors a year, for nearly as many reasons, each of whom will tell you to visit their personal favorite location...of which thousands exist. There are some key differences between these two questions. – jrista Dec 19 '12 at 20:08
@jrista I agree with your logic about the number of visitors and each having their own favorite location, but I don't agree with the point that Ireland is different because it is a country. Anybody who asks for location recommendation of Paris is going to be told to photograph Eiffel tower. I am looking for such common recommendations. Further, going by the size logic, will it make sense if someone asks for recommendations for locations in the entire north America or the world for that matter? – Vaishak Suresh Dec 19 '12 at 20:14

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