Denver Architecture

A Saturday night walk about in Denver started on the campus of the University of Denver and then headed to the area around Civic Center Park. Stops at the Denver Art Museum and a couple of cathedrals made for some interesting images in the early evening light.

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Denver Nightcrawlers February 2017

The Denver Photo Night Walk Community took to the streets this past Saturday in a loop around DAM to the Capitol, down Broadway and up the alley before Lincoln.  Lots of new faces and more Sony shooters!

If you haven’t noticed, within a given post you may see multiple versions and or treatments of the same scene. In some cases, I am experimenting with different processing techniques. Others, the same image but at different times. As an example, the Carr building below was done with traffic passing during a long exposure and without the traffic.

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A Night in Denver

A Night in Denver

It is always fun to go poke around Denver looking for new shots and recapturing previous locations. On this night, a visit to Union Station and it’s summertime fountains made for some interesting people watching and fun with lighting. Inside the always interesting panoramic was there to be taken.

I finally visited City Park at the right time to catch the iconic view of the Pavilion against the sun setting over the mountains. Classic Denver.

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Rocky Mountain Towns

Old Buildings of Rocky Mountain Towns

Traveling along I70 westward from Denver are many interesting time capsules of life and living thru the years in the towns that abut the interstate. Next trip allow some time to stroll or cruise thru Idaho Springs, Co and Georgetown, Co for an interesting look at the buildings and homes of yesteryear.

Went looking for moose the other day,
Up Guanella Pass way.
Not a beast did I spy,
But the buildings nearby
They caught my eye,
So I shot something old instead.

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Bishops Castle

Bishops Castle, Rye Co

Tonight’s addition brings you to Bishops Castle, Rye Co – www.roadsideamerica.com/story/2047. The story is that this family project has been built entirely by hand. If you look closely there is someone in that birdcage feature to the right of the dragon head. To say the least, a bizarre oddity along the backroads of Co.

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 — in Rye, Colorado.

St John’s Cathedral Denver Co

St John’s Episcopal Cathedral

Had the opportunity recently to spend some time inside this magnificent church. Some of the images are HDR. As always, click thru on any image for a larger version and the exif detail. Also, these images are optimized for the web and are not suitable for printing or enlargement. If you have a desire to do that, please contact me for licensing information.