Here are a few of the shots I took on my first few days in Denver. I had grand ambitions of taking these a few times and picking the best shoot but I was too lazy and there was too much Johnny Roberts DGC to birdie. The little putter course in Arvada is so well maintained incredibly attackable which makes it a joy to play. I met a local there, Sean, who saw my love and ability to throw my vibram ridges and he gifted me one he had in his garage and hooked me up with a few other used discs! Not only that but we carpooled out to Beaver Ranch in Conifer to play at one of Colorado's best courses. Thanks for the good times, a go-to disc, a few Odell Drumroll American Pale Ales and the carpooling. I really owe you one.
It was great to catch up with my buddy Wes about life. Between him working in and out of jobs we were able to get out to a few new courses and establish a new home course. Thanks for the pool pass and the Pro Starfire that I sorta stole from ya as well as rides in the Foothills mobile. I never got that free estimate from you on my painting job, but maybe one day...
Funny story about this guy below. When I was taking all my shots at Union Station he hollered (literally) at me in the most rude manor. All he wanted was a photo but once I told him to go stand in the middle of the road he wouldn't stand still long enough to get focused. I tried several times and he kept darting back to the sidewalk. He wanted me to instagram him the photo and since it was crap, he never got the result. Safe to say he isn't going to have a career in modeling anytime soon, his poses don't really help either.