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Colorado Preview

I spent some of last week in Denver, Colorado.
I returned home with about a thousand shots from the trip. Here is a quick preview of some of the locales I will be showing you in the near future. I promise, however, you won't have to look at all of them. I will try to be highly selective.

More about the exhibition, plastination and dr. Gunther von Hagens [exhibitions.dmns.org]
This was an intriguing exhibition of actual cadavers in astonishingly balanced artistic poses and a lot of anatomic information about different organs of the human body.

A golden house on Colorado Ave in Cherry Creek, Denver.

Mid-May in Denver, folks!

Colorado landscape in May, just South of Denver.

Denver Botanic Gardens. I had a wonderful time there, basking in the sun, looking at gorgeous plants surrounded by great visual arrangements which are punctuated by Henry Moore's statues. But the biggest fun was meeting Dar Foster, our fellow blogger enthusiast from Denver. It really felt like we had known each other forever! Thanks Dar, for showing me around!

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    • # Sara G

      #1 is really intriguing! I believe the snow in Denver in May..beautiful shots..love the framing of the last one :-)

      2010.05.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Darlene Foster

      Glad to see you've gotten something posted! I know it takes time to go through all of them and make decisions about what to post, but this is a great start. I like the variety. #3 and #5 have to be my favorites! Can't wait to see more!

      2010.05.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jacki

      E-Uuuu... I'll close my eyes on the cadavers! The Botanical Gardens look really nice!!

      2010.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      Gosh, it's great to see your beautiful posts again, Agnes! The fifth one is really well-framed and nicely-taken - and I like the colors and the symmetry of the second shot.

      2010.05.17 Edited Reply Cancel