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Downtown Denver in the Snow with RTD

December 18th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Downtown Denver in the Snow with RTD

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With a week to go before Christmas the city is decked in holiday lights and decorations, however the snow has been mostly missing around Denver this month.  But then again December isn’t one of our more snowy months.

This image was taken in 2012 when we had a lack of snow but more cold during the month of December.  In late December we did get some snow and I headed out to the 16th Street Mall in downtown Denver to photograph.  As I was preparing for an image of the holiday decorations in the snow a free mall ride bus passed me by at that moment.  The result was this image on a snowy evening in Denver.

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December Snow at Commons Park in Denver

December 17th, 2014 by Neil Corman

December Snow at Commons Park in Denver

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This past Sunday it snowed in Denver, alright it wasn’t that much snow and it was quickly gone but this was the first snow in the city in quite some time.  I watched the snow come down from my home and soon noticed large fluffy flakes in the downtown area which got me out into the snow.  I decided to head around Union Station to get some of the change taking place in the city and found myself across the bridge at Commons Park.  Walking up the small hill the lines leading into the city with the sidewalk and also the accumulation on the hill got my attention for this image of a changing skyline from the area.

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Thirty Days 2014 Voting Continues…

December 15th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Thirty Days 2014 Voting Update

We are half way through the month of December, which means the voting for Thirty Days 2014 is half way done.

Right now the four above images (in no particular order) have received the most votes.  Do you agree?  Voting takes place through December 31, 2014.

 

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Boat on a Foggy Juneau Day

December 15th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Fishing Boat in the Fog in Juneau, Alaska

The Getaway Monday image this week is from Juneau, Alaska. During the summer I was out photographing around Douglas Island when I encountered a boat heading into the fog to go fishing.  This is a color photograph, which if you look carefully you may be able to find a glimpse of some color near the pilothouse.  After taking this image I headed back towards downtown Juneau where the fog was not bad at all which is not uncommon.

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Colorado Capitol at Inauguration

December 11th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Colorado Capitol Building at Inaugration

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This image was taken almost four years ago when they were setting up the front of the Colorado State Capitol for the inauguration of John Hickenlooper.  At the time he was mayor of Denver, and made the walk across Civic Center Park for the inauguration which was the day after this image was taken.  Governor Hickenlooper was just reelected and will start his second term as governor of Colorado next month.

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Union Station Canopy under Blue Sky

December 10th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Union Station Denver Canopy Blue Sky

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One of the big events this year was the opening of Union Station after years of construction in the area.  With the building transformed into a transportation hub it has attracted many visitors during the second half of the year. The architecture of the canopy over the tracks is quite interesting and on a sunny day I headed down to this area.  As I looked up I noticed the lines of the canopy and how they tell a different story from the location you look at them within the Union Station area.  I found a spot which would give me the repeating rows as well as a view of the sky in this image which I am sure won’t be one of the last I take from this area.

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Fall Evening in Alaska

December 8th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Fall Evening in Alaska

The Getaway Monday this week is in Alaska during a fall evening. Just after photographing the full moon rise over Juneau I focused my attention on some of the low clouds in the area on that evening. Using a thirty second exposure on this image I was able to capture the movement of the clouds as I used a telephoto lens to brings the mountains closer to me.

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Reflection of a Tree

December 4th, 2014 by Neil Corman

Reflection of a Tree on a Lake

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While driving a few years ago I was waiting for a train to cross and noticed a small reservoir northwest of Denver. For the Thirty Days 2011 project I decided to head to Jim Baker Reservoir to check it out. It is 1.4 miles around the entire lake and there were plenty of people out enjoying the nice fall day in the area. I started with photographing some rocks in the lake, but it wasn’t until I was heading back to the car that I noticed the reflection of this tree in the lake.

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Denver International Airport Reflection

December 3rd, 2014 by Neil Corman

Denver International Airport Reflection

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If you have been by Denver International Airport in the past couple of years you have seen the new Westin Hotel being built at the south end of the main terminal building.  Now that the windows are in the hotel I have noticed the nice reflection the hotel provides of the “peaks” of the airport. While waiting for luggage to arrive over the holiday travel season I headed outside with my camera to capture this reflection.  There is still some work to be done on this new Westin Hotel at the airport, but we now have a good idea of what the landscape at the airport will look like moving forward.

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Alaska Governors Mansion at Christmas

December 2nd, 2014 by Neil Corman

Alaska Governors Mansion at Christmas

Over the weekend a good amount of snow fell in Juneau, and last night some more started to fall. With camera in hand I headed over to the Governors Mansion here in Juneau to photograph the holiday snows with some fresh snow falling. The mansion itself is in a residential area not too far from the capitol building.  Yesterday was also when the newly elected governor was sworn into office, but in all it was a peaceful night at the mansion.

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