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The Jackpot Spot: 1951

The Jackpot Spot: 1951

"Las Vegas 1951 -- Las Vegas Club." The latest Kodachrome noir from the camera of our roving western correspondent Don Cox. View full size.

 

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One of my time travel fantasies

I would love to take a trip to Vegas in the early fifties, before anyone had ever heard of "card counting" or knew how to spot it.

They give us those Nice Bright Colors

Look at those rich, dark blacks and those great saturated colors. Sigh. I really miss shooting with Kodachrome. There was nothing else like it.

Vestigial Tale

I just visited the neon museum in Vegas recently, and they've got a couple of the original signs.

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