Denver International launches passenger photo stations

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Passengers traveling through Denver International Airport can now share a piece of their vacation by taking a photo at one of five life-sized postcard sets, titled Wish You Were Here.

The installations are part of the airport’s ongoing 20th anniversary celebrations and showcase the best of Colorado. The sets will be open to passengers until February 2016.

Kim Day, CEO for Denver Airport, said, “Denver and Colorado are amazing destinations and we know that passengers are eager to share their experience upon arriving in our airport. The Wish You Were Here sets depict quintessential Colorado scenes and provide an opportunity to take a memorable photo at the airport and share it with the world on social media.”

In the Jeppesen Terminal, concourses A and C have one station each; two stations are located on the B concourse. The scenes include a hike through Rocky Mountain National Park featuring 3D boulders and trees; a winter wonderland atop a Colorado mountain featuring simulated peaks and a mountain goat; a dock by a Colorado lake featuring a real canoe and chairs; a large photo of the famous Blue Mustang statue; and a cityscape of downtown Denver.

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