This Saturday on February 13, a dense fog settled among the skyscrapers of Denver. The quiet invader enveloped the city in a thick white cloak, causing it to briefly transform. Despite its quick dissipation that bled into a beautiful sunny Colorado day, several local photographers were able to capture this majestic, fleeting moment. Check out their snaps of our city and see it like you’ve never seen it before.
Mike Kvackay‘s Time Lapse
“[On] Saturday, February 13th, 2016, Denver woke up to a sea of Fog. I was able to capture the sunrise over the city from nearby Lakewood, CO. My video was taken Saturday morning starting around 6:50 a.m. I am an early bird so I happened to be up and live near the foothills just east of Golden. I drove out to an area near Hayden Park in Lakewood which overlooks the city. I set up my camera with a long telephoto lens and starting snapping photos every few seconds.”
Scott Wilson‘s “Mist Rising” Series
“I’m lucky to have access to a 47th floor office downtown and knew if I could get above the fog, it would be a special experience – and it was – starting with the eerie pre-dawn darkness as thickening mist rolled through Denver’s skyscrapers to the open view West towards the Rocky Mountains as the Four Seasons spire pierced through the mist still shrouding the city. It was a unique weather display, changing by the second, and difficult to really do it justice.”