I went out on Friday evening and snagged some urban night photos of Denver. The clouds were low, and a persistent mist was falling.
First is a photo of the multi-family project that is under construction at Speer and Bannock in the Golden Triangle neighborhood of Denver. This project is being developed by Greystar.
This vantage point on Bannock street caught my eye, as this unassuming dive bar is surrounded by recent development in The Golden Triangle.
I then walked towards the Denver Art Museum and grabbed this photo. The mist in the air made for an interesting color. This portion of the Denver Art Museum was designed by architect Daniel Libeskind.
Here is a photo of the Denver Public Library addition that was added to the original library in 1995. The architectural style of the addition is post modern. The Denver Public Library addition was designed by architect Michael Graves who passed away in 2015.
While walking towards downtown across Denver’s Civic Center Park, I noticed the gold dome of the Colorado State Capitol Building peeking out above the tree line. The Capitol Building opened in 1894 and was designed by architect Elijah E. Myers.
I then walked to Denver’s 16th Street Mall where I captured this image of an RTD bus driving by.
Thank you for taking a look at my most recent photos of Denver. If you would like to know more about my photography, I invite you to check out my photography website Justin Martin Photography