Late Boulder photographer William Corey’s incredible photos of Japan’s gardens put on display at DIA

Denver International Airport is preparing for the long-awaited launch of the direct flight between Denver and Tokyo’s Narita Airport, and as part of the hubbub, a Boulder photographer who died in 2008 of cancer will be paid special tribute with his enormous images on display at the airport. The photos will establish a isual — and visceral — connection with Japan for travelers before they even step aboard United flight 139’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet for the 12-hour trek.

The Boulder Daily Camera wrote up a nice piece on Corey. His widow, Reimi Adachi, is a dedicated keeper and promoter of the artists’ work, and pushed for this exhibit.

You can enjoy Corey’s spectacular talent for capturing the beauty and spiritual essence of Japanese gardens on

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