Some old cabins in the Valley of Fire, near Las Vegas

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Took this a couple of days ago at the Valley of Fire State Park near Las Vegas. Couple of cabins built in the 1930's but not used a for a long time. Converted in Nik Silver eFex Pro2 using one of the presets.

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I have a bunch more shots from this area that I'll be working on in the next few days.

Cheers!!

Ken
 
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Nice tones :biggrin:

Thanks. The light was fantastic!!

Nice feel & tone! Love that place!

Thanks. It was in a very beautiful area.

Perfect conversion, nice place.

Thanks. The conversion seemed to fit. I have a lot of images from the area that I'm going to be working on!!

Nice! I do love Valley of Fire. Visited three times.

I'd love to go back and spend more time. Our son was a bit more interested in getting back to the hotel and the pool!!

Never been there but your excellent photo demonstrates why its so popular. Wonderful backdrop to these cabins.

Thanks.

Very eco friendly housing! It fits in beautifully and nicely captured by you.

David

Thanks. They were spartan inside, but I'll bet folks would still pay to stay there.

Very nice. Looks like a fun place to explore and photograph.

Thanks. It was quite nice ... upper 70's and clear as a bell.

Interesting processing! I like it!

Thanks. This was a real quickie. I have plans for more.

Anyone have any suggestions to improve?

Cheers!!

Ken
 
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Fun to look at for me. Love the tones.

Thanks very much. This was a very quick conversion but I really like the way it turned out.

Really nice shot and love the conversion...
Been to Vegas many times but got to get out and explore the country side next time...
It looks super...

Thanks. I was not able to explore as much as I would like, but it is a gorgeous place. About a 30-45 minute drive from the city.

Nice shot! Cool presentation too!

Thanks.

fantastic image Ken, great mood, expecting some cowboys to ride past.

Thanks. It does have that feel, doesn't it?

Cheers!!

Ken
 

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