America, Photography, Photojournalism

Denver Mounted Police

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DENVER,Colo.-October 20.2012-Mounted police ride their horses down the 16th Street Mall during the 7th Annual Zombie Crawl. Mounted patrols are often used as crowd control because of their mobility and height advantage. The high visibility gets the officers noticed and gives them a wider area of observation all in the hopes of deterring people from committing crimes.

police on horseback

higher visibility

easily spotted

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America, Color Street Photography, Photojournalism, Urban Landscape, USA

The Urban Landscape of Denver, Colorado

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DENVER,Colo.-March 29,2014-An old truck sits in a back alley in the River North Art District, also known as the RiNo neighborhood. The walls in these alleys pop with vibrant colors. The River North community is comprised of mostly creative businesses. Designers, architects, breweries, wineries, sculptors, photographers and painters choose this neighborhood as their place of business.

creative vandals
decorating city streets
anonymous art

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Sitting in Diners

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PALM SPRINGS-March 12,2014-A man eats his lunch at the local COCO’s Restaurant. The city has been a popular destination for retirees since the late 1940s.

sitting in diners

telling stories in our heads

eating all alone

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Standing Room Only

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DENVER,Colo.-October 12,2012-Local musicians prepare to play a set for the crowd at the Lost Lake Lounge. The bar hosts national and local acts and has been in the city at this location since the 1940s.

standing room only

desperately seeking coolness

at the Lost Lake Lounge

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The American Great Plains

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SOMEWHERE ALONG I-70 WEST, Missouri-December 29,2014-The Great plains is a broad expanse of grassland and prairies that stretch through the middle of North America and cover nine states in the U.S. We traveled through Colorado, Kansas and Missouri. Before there were any American states, the Plains Indians occupied this land. The Arapaho, Blackfoot, Comanche, Cheyenne, Crow and Sioux tribes hunted Bison and lived there lives here.

an ocean of grass

the American great plains

extend before me

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Hanging with an Infidel

DILLON,Colo-Ben prepares to load his weapon at the Summit County Shooting Range. The range is provided as a community service by Summit County and is maintained by volunteers.

DILLON,Colo-Ben prepares to load his weapon at the Summit County Shooting Range. The range is provided as a community service by Summit County and is maintained by volunteers.

early one monday
hanging with an infidel
sending rounds down range

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Photography, Photojournalism, The Family Circle

Happy New Year

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Two-thousand fourteen
It was a very good year
For blue blooded girls

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