About Alex:

Alex Kosseff is a photographer specializing in landscape photography. While working on cruise ships for several years, he was exposed to landscapes from all most every part of the world, and what started out as a hobby quickly became a passion. Now settled in Las Vegas, Alex combines his love for hiking and photography to capture amazing shots from places all over the southwest. With a background in technical theater, he knows when and how to capture the perfect lighting for his shots. When editing his work, he may use minimal enhancements, leaving nature as it was at that moment, or he may use a process known as HDR to bring out the vibrancy of the colors.

E-mail form our guests:

"I stumbled upon your site and browsed through your work. I must say that you have an amazing collection of photographs! I want to thank you for sharing your work with the world and letting us know how much you care about your passion. I am now a fan of yours and look forward to seeing more of your excellent work."

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Where to see the photos in Las Vegas:

Canyon Lake Neck & Back Clinic
2980 S. Jones Blvd. Suite F
Las Vegas, NV 89146


Nevada Camera Club Annual competition 2010

Las Vegas Springs Preserver Photo Contest


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    We, the undersigned, support the two conditions the county placed on the proposed Gypsum Resources concept plan that stipulate: 1) no access for construction vehicles along SR159 through Red Rock and 2) prior approval from the BLM for access before County consider of the next stage of development. We ask that the County Commission deny the requested waivers of these conditions, which were publicly agreed to by the developer in order to obtain concept plan approval. Waiving these two conditions would endanger recreational users of Red Rock and require the County to become an advocate for an unwise and unviable project. Accordingly, we urge all County Commissioners to vote "NO" on both of Gypsum Resources LLC's requested waivers.