Thursday, 6 February 2014

Parking A Lot In Denver

For all the tall buildings that fill downtown Denver, there's an equal number of flat parking lots. The town is filled with them, block after scattered block of undeveloped land that's making time (and money) as a parking lot. The big buildings might get the aesthetic attention, but the lowly parking lots have their own architecture.

No free lunch, no free parking.

Parking inside, parking outside.

A clean-looking lot (minus the haphazard trashcan).

A rare species, the manned lot. Parking lot, double-gated.

The parking plain meets the Rocky city.

The parking pay kiosk is your chance to differentiate your lot from the other lots.

Break away from the pack! Go square!

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