These are some of my favorite sites, enjoy! Links open in new windows.
DenverInfill.com is a comprehensive overview and photographic survey of all the urban infill and redevelopment projects in the greater Downtown Denver area.
Over the course of the Denver's sesquicentennial year we will offer up our favorite 150 different expressions of the city, its neighborhoods, people, and culture.
Shawn Snow grew up in Denver, the city his ancestors reached shortly after Denver was first founded. Denver is his passion, and there is no place in the world superior to it.
Great blog, tons of great Denver history lessons.
Got your walking shoes on? Ready to get out and see Denver's history for yourself? Then you are ready to join us at Denver History Tours.
Discussion board devoted to Denver construction and development issues, with plenty of timely photo updates.
The Colorado Freedom Memorial gives us all a place to pay respects to the memory of those that did not return. The Memorial will be constructed of glass that will reflect Colorado's mountains and blue skies. 14-feet tall and 125-feet long, the glass panels will be etched with the names of the over 6000 who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
In my travels around Denver and anywhere beyond, there is always camera (or two) by my side. I enjoy capturing images to fest my eyes upon and share with others.
Allen Tupper True was a Westerner who embraced his heritage as the source and inspiration for his paintings. "No artist, east or west, was more sincerely devoted to or genuinely effective at exploring the pictorial dimensions of Western subjects than the Colorado painter Allen Tupper True," asserts distinguished art historian and curator Peter H. Hassrick in the foreword of this volume.
The 2008 Electric Fountain was dedicated on August 19, 2008 and it delighted visitors attending the Democratic National Convention in Denver with exciting displays of water in motion and colored light, just as the 1908 fountain did 100 years ago.
National aviation artist, Joe Jones now proudly offers an entire line of signature cards and collectibles to help celebrate many of the achievements and milestones in the lives and hearts of aviators around the world.
The massive B-52 Stratofortress greets you at the front door of our 1930's-era former Air Force hangar - home to over three dozen historic airplanes and space vehicles.
The purpose of the Eighth Air Force Historical Society is to perpetuate the history of the Eighth Air Force and to honor the memory of their lost comrades. As part of this purpose, the Historical Society strives to promote programs that will educate the public about the sacrifices all members of the Eighth Air Force made toward preserving the precious freedom the United States and the free world enjoy today.
Tuskegee Airmen, Captain Alva Temple, 1st Lieutenant Harry Stewart, 1st Lieutenant James H Harvey III and alternate pilot Halbert Alexander, competing in their P-47N Thunderbolts, would go on to win the USAF very "First Top Gun" Weapons Meet (also known as "William Tell" and "Gunsmoke") in May of 1949, at what would later become Nellis AFB.
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This is a website I developed for the Friends Of The Electric Fountain here in Denver. I made extensive use of my own images for this site.
A helicopter I photographed at Erie Municipal Airport was forced to make an emergency landing the very next day. My photograph was used in a couple of news postings about the event.
The Denver chapter of Trout Unlimited did a story on the South Platte running through Denver and asked to use one of the photos from my aerial shoot of downtown.
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