The last few weeks I have had a chance to sneak out and capture photos of Downtown Denver and the Denver Skyline. Take a look at the below photos and I hope you enjoy reviewing my recent photos of Denver.
Some of you may have heard of Kim Allen, he is a Denver-based photographer and is known for his unique photos of Denver during the 1980s. He focused his attention on capturing the vacant and deteriorating buildings of Lower Downtown Denver before the LoDo renaissance of the 1990s.
To learn more about Mr. Allen and his photos, I invite you to take a look the interview I posted where he answered questions about his thoughts on Denver and his photographs: The man behind the Denver Photo Archives
Long story short, Mr Allen and I have stayed in touch. Recently we met up to take some photos. Below are a couple photos I took that day.
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Next are a couple photos I captured on the north side of Denver looking south towards Downtown Denver as a cold front was moving across the Front Range.
A couple weeks back I went for an extensive urban hike with my camera in the Mile High City; here are the results.
1144 Fifteenth Street (the building in the middle of the below photo) is a nice addition the Denver skyline.
Looking down Arapahoe Street towards the Daniels & Fisher Tower.
An RTD bus on the 16th Street Mall passes by.
An alley in Downtown Denver.
Another photo of the Daniels & Fisher Tower.
17th Street looking towards Denver Union Station.
Looking down 16th Street towards the Colorado State Capital Building.
The light rail station near Union Station.
The steps that lead up to The Millennium Bridge.
The Wazee Supper Club will be closing soon, so I made sure to snap a photo before it is gone for good. I ended up here several times after attending Denver Nuggets games.
And finally here are a few photos from the other day when the most recent snow storm was blowing in.
Looking down 17th Street towards Union Station and Downtown Denver.
A photo of the traffic on I-25. No one seems to call it “the valley highway” much anymore.
The Platte River in Denver looking towards Mile High Stadium home of the Denver Broncos.
The Speer Bridge above the Platte River.
Another one of the Speer bridge with the Confluence apartment tower next to it.
The Denver Skyline as the snow from a recent storm began to fall.
Thank you for taking a look at my photos of Downtown Denver. If you have any questions about my photography, I invite you to take a look at my architectural photography website: justinmartinphotography.com .