DENVER – As we reach the end of 2019 and head into the new year, we’re taking a look back with some of our photojournalists on their favorite stories of the year. While you won’t always see them in front of the camera, Denver7’s photojournalists are the ones working behind it to bring all types of stories to life for Colorado.
Six of them volunteered to talk about their favorite stories they shot and edited in 2019, and why they hold them so dear:
Best of 2019: The Gate to Nowhere
Denver7 Photojournalist Josh Whitston discusses his favorite story of the year – the gate to nowhere in Evergreen: http://bit.ly/39rtfVm
Best of 2019: A Family’s Resilience
Denver7 Photojournalist Brad Bogott discusses his favorite story of the year – the resilience of the Bisbee family in Castle Rock after Ron Bisbee was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. http://bit.ly/2QcYFXR
Best of 2019: Colorado and the “Green Book”
Denver7 Photojournalist Dominick Lee discusses his favorite story of the year – the Colorado connections to the “Green Book” – a traveler’s guide for African-American motorists during the Jim Crow era who faced discrimination on the open road. http://bit.ly/36addNA
Best of 2019: Granite Paradise
Denver7 Multimedia Journalist Sean Towle discusses his favorite story of the year – about Chris Brown and the massive granite sculptures he crafts in his Fort Collins backyard. http://bit.ly/2Qep2ga
Best of 2019: Deputy Manny Quinn
Denver7 Photojournalist James Dougherty discusses his favorite story of the year – how the small town of Twin Lakes has for years enlisted the quietest and perhaps most-effective deputy in Colorado to slow speeders during the tourist season. http://bit.ly/36fXEDZ
Best of 2019: Decriminalize Denver
Denver7 Photojournalist Jacob Curtis discusses his favorite story of the year – the 360 story on the ultimately successful push to decriminalize psilocybin mushrooms in the city of Denver. http://bit.ly/2tgqmpQ
You can also watch all of these stories on your favorite streaming devices under the 'Specials' section.