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Nevada Skies

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Nevada Sunsets

Nevada Photography Prints

The Nevada Sunsets are the most beautiful in the world. As a Native to the desert I love sharing it with my friends. 

Nevada is known for its beautiful sunsets, which are often enhanced by the state's wide open spaces and clear desert air. Sunsets in Nevada can be particularly stunning due to the state's location in the western United States, which allows for long summer days and extended periods of daylight.

The colors of a Nevada sunset are often influenced by the amount of dust, moisture, and other particles in the air. During the summer months, the sunsets can be particularly vibrant due to the higher levels of dust and pollen in the air. In the winter, the sunsets can be more muted due to the increased moisture in the air.

No matter what time of year you visit Nevada, you'll be treated to some truly breathtaking sunsets. Whether you're watching the sun set over the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the Great Basin, or the Mojave Desert, you're sure to be mesmerized by the vibrant colors and stunning vistas. So, the Nevada sunsets are really worth to see.

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Nevada Skies

Nevada is home for me, living here my whole life I have never been anywhere around the world with sunsets and skies like ours. Doing Fine Art Photography is definitely a privilege in itself and seeing the beauty of the desert skies around the valley. This was taken while I was riding in the car with a good friend of mine named Ericka Sims-Hall. We have been friends for almost 17 years, and my how time flies. We were shooting for her wedding, and she wanted some good bridal photography in Mt. Charleston. It’s a mountain for a lot of tourists near the Las Vegas area.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked at the desert skies and I’m just in awe on how captivating the skies can look in the desert. The Brilliant thing is that for some reason whenever there are clouds it just creates such a different amount of color in the air. What sucks sometimes, is that these skies only last between 10-15 minutes if your lucky and depending on the season, it can last longer.

As I was driving, I told Ericka to hold on the camera, I kept saying “ SHOOT SHOOT SHOOT” and “ It looks freaking amazing don’t miss it Ericka”. She kept laughing at me said I was crazy, which in some ways I am. I’m crazy about art and moments and capturing them when cool things happen. After a few weeks of editing, we were both amazed at this shot and I personally loved it. He bottom ground is slightly blurry cause we were in the car as it moving but the sky was crystal clear. I do love me a good story, we often forget in our min ds we remember the moments in time, and with an old friend this was one of them. She is now happily married and ended up on the front cover on a Bridal Magazine as onr of the most beautiful brides of 2020. I was really happy for her. So I credit this art piece to Ericka.

About this Art:

We have this for sale and display only in our Las Vegas Art Gallery in your studio room. Because this is a personal story of mine, I wanted to display in the gallery. If you do want to purchase it I have it for a affordable price, and some of it will go towards her efforts for helping me create this piece. We offer this piece in several ways, from canvas, wood and you can even get a coffee mug if you choose. You can even get this in a coffee mug.

About the trip:

We were just two teenagers, we always had fun during our teenage years, and often times me and Ericka would stay up till 4am hanging out. Of course, were much older now so we don’t stay up late anymore. This was taken in the moment as we were enjoying each other conversation. We have some great car rides around the valley, and this happen to end up in the gallery and I am proud to say its one of my favorite’s ones in my collection. I remember this trip, Ericka went through a very abusive relationship, and after marrying another better man, she wanted to enjoy her moment with her desert friend and take photos while her husband was fighting in the war.

We set out to take photos in her bridal dress in the mountains, and since my portfolio wasn’t very strong at the time, and Ericka was a model, she was nice enough to get me some free photos for my wedding page. I honestly remember the trip was a very quiet trip the whole ride, we just listened to music. You know someone well when you can sit in the car in silence and not saying a word, which was nice at the time. She now lives In Nashville and just bought a new house, Proud of her.


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