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Ceasar's Palace in Las Vegas
Today, I just want to show you my pictures of the Caesars Place on my trip of Las Vegas. Caesars Palaces is one of the biggest casinos in the town and an unbelievable place in the middle of Las Vegas. More will follow. By the way, the later pictures are hand hold (I forgot my tripod ;-)
For the story & technique behind this shot...
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Hope in the City Luncheon 2009 - Benefitting the Salvation Army's Anti-Human Sexual Trafficking Program.
Presenting Sponsor: Telus
Media Sponsor: CTV
Attendee Gift Sponsor: Daniel Le Chocolat Belge
proudly supported by Ron Sombilon Gallery
About the Hope in the City Luncheon
Funds raised during this event will support The Salvation Army’s initiative to combat human trafficking.
Sexual human trafficking occurs when individuals (primarily women and children) are sold and bought for...
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Monday, July 26th
Monday, July 26
Gregg's flight (Swiss 1735) departs at 7am and arrives in Zurich at 9am. Next, flight 52 (Swiss) departs Zurich at 10:20am and arrives in Boston at 12:40pm (if only it was really less than 3 hours). Finally (like 6.5 hours later), Gregg departs Boston at 7:09pm on American flight 1987 (nice flight #!) and arrives in St. Louis at 9:07pm.