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A Photo Essay ~ 31 Days of Denver

I spent the month of May documenting some of the sites I have regularly seen in the twelve years I’ve lived in Denver. I have also taken the time to capture a picture or two of some places I hadn’t yet seen. And I had plenty of time to ignore the overly-photographed locations and icons that are certainly fun and kitschy, but also seen all-too-often. Here is a day-by-day account of what I paused to admire in Denver with my Nikon D40 and the two different Nikon Coolpix cameras I own.

Tuesday, May 1st: Downtown from Denver’s City Park

Wednesday, May 2nd: Denver’s East High School

Thursday, May 3rd: Street art at Broadway and Larimer in Downtown Denver

Friday, May 4th: The Player outside Coors Field

Saturday, May 5th: An amazing lightning storm dancing over Denver

Sunday, May 6th: Pizza dinner at the Goosetown Tavern

Monday, May 7th: Stopping for a treat at the Little Man Ice Cream shop

Tuesday, May 8th: Red Rocks Amphitheater, owned by Denver, is a popular spot to workout

Wednesday, May 9th: Bear Creek in Bear Valley Park

Thursday, May 10th: The Cowboy outside downtown’s Historic Brown Palace

Friday, May 11th: Playing chess on the 16th Street Mall

Saturday, May 12th: A new Clouded Leopard at the Denver Zoo’s new Elephant Passage

Sunday, May 13th: Denver International Airport at night

Monday, May 14th: Sculptures in Burns Park

Tuesday, May 15th: The Bluebird Theater concert hall

Wednesday, May 16th: A mural in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood

Thursday, May 17th: Biking in Washington Park

Friday, May 18th: The ceiling in the lobby of the Hotel Monaco

Saturday, May 19th: Sidewalk chalk art at the Five Points Jazz Festival

Sunday, May 20th: Watching the eclipse at the University of Denver’s observatory

Monday, May 21st: The Denver home of the Titanic’s Unsinkable Molly Brown

Tuesday, May 22nd: Taking a break in Confluence Park

Wednesday, May 23rd: Walking by the Denver Art Museum

Thursday, May 24th: A butterfly at the Denver Botanic Gardens

Friday, May 25th: The Colorado State Capitol dome

Saturday, May 26th: The crowd at the Downtown Denver Arfts Festival

Sunday, May 27th: Grabbing a cold one at the Denver Beer Company

Memorial Day: A downtown mural with President Theodore Roosevelt and the red, white, and blue

Tuesday, May 29th: Downtown’s historic Larimer Square at night

Wednesday, May 30th: The travel stack s at the Tattered Cover

Thursday, May 31st: One of The Broncos at Mile High Stadium

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3 Comments on “A Photo Essay ~ 31 Days of Denver”

  1. Gray Cargill (@SoloFriendly) June 4, 2012 at 8:03 pm #

    Brilliant idea for a blog post, Jason! And gorgeous photos. I have a Nikon D40, too, and I love it. You’re making me want to visit Denver now…


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