I’ve been struggling on this trip. Spying this image broke — at least temporarily — the joint curses of a lack of photo-mojo and “I can’t be bothered-ness.”
The light glowing on the titanium paneling was what first drew my eye. Then I had to find an angle that worked to remove the visual clutter of the surrounding buildings and left out the doorway into the museum.
Denver Art Museum – Frederic C. Hamilton Building. Architect: Daniel LibeskindCopyright © 2019 Gary Allman, all rights reserved.