Lakeside Amusement Park, Denver, CO.
This was once a great family fun park with a long history to the Denver area. Back when my children were small, I came here with my 35mm film SLR to enjoy the park and capture those precious family memories. Unfortunately times change, and during the last few visits I’ve been hassled for photography in the park, which obviously keeps me from going back very often. It seems that SLRs are now becoming a target for prejudice as anyone is free to use that cell phone, tiny pocket camera, or even any hidden/surveillance devices without fear of being confronted by park staff. But it does make you wonder what evils they must be trying to hide?
As seen on Flickr (ctofcsco ) for this evil building. Original date: 2011-09-04 06:00:00
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