Art, College, Colorado, Denver, Photography, Photos, Saint Cajetan's, Street Art
I recently spent a couple days in Denver, which was a lot of fun while attending a conference at the Community College of Denver on the Auraria campus. CCD shares this campus with two other institutions, Metropolitan State College of Denver and the University of Colorado, Denver. Its a rather unique arrangement which seems to work well for the students.
Highlights of the trip included time spent at the old St. Cajetan’s church, a wonderful presentation by Carlos Fresquez, a Friday evening in Downtown Denver, and seeing the infamous mustang statue at the Denver airport. Sadly, I did not get a picture of this last one, but you just gotta love a statue so Demonic that it killed its maker. …okay maybe not, but it makes a good story anyway.
I can’t believe I didn’t get a picture of that!
So, here I sit in Hotel in Anchorage, waiting to go back home. It can be quite an ordeal getting into or out of the North Slope. I once spent 36 hours in the hands of the airlines, just getting to Santa Fe. A trip to San Antonio once took 24 hours. But the worst experience for me was a 30 hour trip from Vegas to the North Slope with 3 cats in tow. This time, the business office was merciful, and I have a nice layover in a good place …notwithstanding the storm.
I soon shall recover my full Northosity!
(If you click on the pics, they will embiggen.)
Excellent pictures. I have been to Denver but never saw it from that persepective.
That DIA Bronco statue scares me. The eyes! Glad you took in some pleasing sights in Denver, my former stomping grounds.
George Weaver said:
Dammit, Daniel, link your blog to your Gravatar so I can click on your happy face when I see it on my blog. It’s too hard to get here! 🙂 Now, I’ve registered my complaint. I’ll go back to the photographs that I came here to see in the first place!
Thank you, Granny