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*Denver’s Union Station
union station, denver, colorado, jen wahl, travel, train
I am a self-taught photographer based in Denver, Colorado. I have a deep passion for macro photography. I am a yogini and yoga teacher. I also work here at Redbubble as part of the Community team :)
This is beautifully done.
Thanks Colleen :) I always have a hard time with these types of shots… I never know which “part” would make the best shot
– Jen Wahl
I love the cinematic quality to this image Jen.
Vintage deliciousness and a grand old sign? Lovely :)
Terrific tight cropping for a mood. Love it!
Thanks Linda… they are currently working on this station and I’m wondering if they’ll take the sign down and replace it :(
this is wonderful
Thanks so much Loui – I love your work – your comment is very much appreciated.
ahh…de ole Union Station…down by the Oxford Hotel. Very moody Jen…and a special one for me. The Ski Train was one of its long traditions…grab your boots and be skiing in 2 hours :)
Rich, that’s so cool that you know Union Station and the Oxford Hotel! The Oxford is such a great little place. Sorry I missed your comment and for the late reply but it’s very much appreciated. Thank you.
I hope they keep the sign! it’s lovely and this is a beautiful shot. I took some pictures of a dinner in Toronto called The Canary which had a really beautiful sign, and shortly after it was torn down.
I do too! So far it has remained – fingers crossed that it will. There is always something a little sad when they remove such beautiful nostalgia.