ces1 The shore of Lake Michigan from about 25,000 feet. Somewhere down there are Saugatuck and Holland.
ces2 The Illinois coast of Lake Michigan somewhere north of Chicago.
ces3 The new Denver airport, WAY east of Denver. A Delta Airlines employee riding next to me joked that it's more convenient to Kansas.
ces4 Denver, with the downtown area at bottom left.
ces5 Finally, some snow, on the front range of the Rockies.
ces6 Here you can see ski trails cut through the woods.
ces7 More snow-capped peaks
ces8 You can tell you're getting close to Las Vegas when the rocks turn red.
ces11 Nevada's Valley of Fire State Park -- I think.
ces12 Part of Lake Mead. It looks as unlikely in this desert as a lake on Mars.
ces13 Lake Las Vegas, upstream of Lake Mead, where Las Vegas gets its drinking water. It's ringed by hotels and golf courses but gasoline-powered boats are not allowed on its waters.
ces14 The state of the consumer electronics industry is CROWDED.
ces15 Ron Gividen, PR director of West Chester, Ohio-based Escort Inc., explains a new content to a blogger who's making a video on an iPhone.
ces16 The glorious madness that is CES Unveiled.
ces18 The GM-OnStar press conference is under way Sunday night at the Venetian.
ces21 A view from room 1875 at Bally's
ces23 The Strip at dawn
ces24 Dawn breaks across the Las Vegas valley Monday, Jan. 9
ces25 Jake Sigal at Livio Radio's CES press conference
ces26 The CES opening keynote
ces27 The Cadillac Cue interface
ces28 The networking and deals at CES, at the Maylong Group booth
ces29 The Fulton Innovation wireless charging booth
ces30 Baby kangaroo! At the Las Vegas Monorail stop at the Convention Center
ces31 At the outdoor Chrysler display at the Convention Center "central plaza" -- aka parking lot
ces32 Microsoft's last booth at CES, for now anyway
ces33 More cool stuff from Chrysler
ces35 A nearly full moon sets over the mountains west of Las Vegas
ces41 Ford CEO Alan Mulally (center of group at lower right) introducing the new Ford Fusion
ces42 The lower level of the Las Vegas Convention Center's South Hall, or about 1/32nd of the Consumer Electronics Show
ces43 A tiny little sliver of the massive CES show floor. Matt Roush photo.
ces44 A wall of big screens, anybody?
ces45 Another wall of big screens at the Panasonic presentation theater
ces46 The Ford echibit in the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall, which by itself is about the size of Cobo Center.
ces47 Ford CEO Alan Mulally, second from right, in an innovation panel Wednesday
ces48 Delphi showing off high-tech driver interfaces
ces49 Delphi's all-video-screen in-car interface
ces50 A demonstration at the House of Marley
ces51 Now THAT's a big screen
ces52 Looking north from the bridge between Bally's and Bellagio, made famous in the original "What Happens In Vegas Stays In Vegas" commercial
ces53 looking south from the same bridge
ces58 The Chinese New Year display at the Bellagio conservatory