Laban Ford and Lem Williams put on a drum exhibition to raise money for the American Heart Association on Denver’s 16th Street Mall, Saturday, May 18, 2013. They launched into a powerful joint beat that built steadily to a deafening roar of synchronization and syncopation.
We started out from Denver in April of 2012 and drove to the Colorado National Monument. Ultimately we covered much of southeastern Utah.
I visited the 107th annual National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver again this year, and finally saw Travis Reed’s chainsaw carving demonstration. It was worth the 10-year wait.
I visited the Swetsville Zoo near Fort Collins and its iron animalia with Kate in July while we explored northeastern Colorado.
The 1980s saw the ultra-cheap Chinese-made “Color Optical Lens” cameras spread across the world. Here are some example photos from one of mine.
The Ramada Midtown Denver was built in 1957, according to Denver Real Property records, which puts it right near the end of the neon age.
Provia 100F is alternately accused of having a very blue cast, or a very orange cast. I’ve managed to show both in this single photo.
Run for Your Lives is described as “A zombie-infested 5K obstacle course race,” but it’s more. Run for Your Lives Denver was July 14, 2012.
The Agfa Ansco PB20 Viking is my first Agfa camera. The Viking was the high-end, top-finish model of the PB20 6×9 folding camera series.
Young and old dressed up in the finest cadaverous rags and painted their faces the color of rotting flesh before covering themselves in ersatz blood and gore to shamble down Denver’s 16h Street Mall in the 2011 Zombie Crawl.