Overlooking the famous Red Rocks Amphitheater, spring is about to burst out. Few people know that this is actually a Denver park, even though it is located in Jefferson County!
The City of Denver is very lucky to have a number of beautiful parks. This one is great anytime of year!
At Washington Park in Denver you can rent various types of vehicles. This one is built for two, but there are others built for 4 (or more). Somehow I don’t think having 4 people peddling is twice a good as two.
This one did great on the downhill, but uphill was a challenge.
Denver is known as a City in a Park. One of my favorite parks is Washington Park, where if you hurry you will get to see the magnificent gardens in bloom.
The popular fountain in City Park was struck by lightening a couple years ago. This year it was repaired much to everyone’s delight! Typically the lights changed color, but just my luck my best shot was a colorless one! Guess I’ll have to go back and try again.
On this visit to Daniel’s Park, I was rewarded with Bison hanging out close to the road. The snow was covering their food source so dinner of hay was delivered. They stood munching close by, not minding me there at all.
Daniel’s Park Road is a dirt road, not a busy street, but still it amazes me how many people take this route. Guess since it’s one of my favorite places to visit, it must be the same for others. Sunsets from this ridge are always spectacular.
Bill is enjoying a delivery of fresh hay tonight, as the ground was covered in snow.
Sundown is a great time to go exploring the city for different angles and images. I so enjoy the Boat House at City Park for it’s interesting architecture and great views of the lake and beyond.