Drone photos: Here’s how empty Denver looked this week

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Denver in the time of coronavirus
(Photos by Guerrilla Capturing)
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This doesn’t look like your normal lunch hour.

Drone photographer and videographer Blake Rubenstein, owner of Guerilla Capturing, shows these images looking down on the core of Denver at midday Wednesday and Thursday.

There’s Colfax Avenue as it passes Mile High, with only a handful of cars in sight. Hardly anyone can be found on the sidewalks in RiNo, or along Larimer Square. The 16th Street Mall is quiet. Entire parking lots sit empty — and it’s not because Denver residents suddenly fell in love with public transit.

And don’t miss the video.

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Denver in the time of coronavirus

Blake Rubenstein of Guerilla Capturing captured images looking down on the core of Denver at midday Wednesday and Thursday.

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Paul Thacker
Paul Thacker
1 year ago

Depressing. Downtown Denver looks like a ghost town. Almost seems surreal. Very sad.