Here are some photos from a very unique Las Vegas museum, the Neon Bonyard. I was shooting another assignment at the Boneyard, and grabbed these photos during some downtime. The Neon Boneyard is a collection of old, broken signs from Las Vegas' past. I was a little sad to see that some of the signs were fixed and relocated to the Freemont Street Experience and the East Freemont district, but there were some new signs I had never seen before.
As someone who has traveled around the county, living in a van, I have always really liked the look of these teardrop shaped trailers with their stainless steel finish. I would have never though of turning it into a business, which is exactly what Victoria Hogan from Flora Pop did. Flora Pop is a full service, all inclusive pop-up wedding service. Hogan travels to various places around Las Vegas, uses the trailer as a sort of altar, and is licensed to officiate the wedding. We met near Nelson's Landing for the photos.