Orwellian? Or just the Denver Convention Center? (Hint: it's the convention Center!) The Denver Convention Center has some wonderful line and angles and glasswork and even a giant blue bear.
This was taken on a beautiful spring day with bright sun and blue sky and wonderful clouds. I gave it a slightly more edgy look. In the end It looked a little Big Brother to me, hence the title
FEATURED PHOTO, 3-Day USA Artist News - GrandCanyonState Info group 10/5/12
FEATURED PHOTO< Art Deco and Unusual Architecture group, 8/13/12
My twin loves of photography and travel emerged early in life. I remember being enchanted by rare trips to an airport to meet an arriving flight, and equally enchanted by a train trip on the California Zephyr from Denver to Salt Lake City. Clearly, I wanted to go places! On these trips I had my trusty Kodak Instamatic camera, with those funky flash cubes! But almost as soon as I could, I was out traveling on my own! Luckily this coincided with an interest in 35 mm photography which I learned on my own and from friends. I can remember taking dozens of rolls of film on every trip...black and white and color in every ISO I thought I'd need!
Fast forward to 2008 after multiple academic degrees and a couple of careers...I found...
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