A couple of months back I posted a gallery of photos from a walk I took along Tennyson Street in north Denver. I had so much fun focusing on the architectural detail of the street that I decided to try it again when I recently visited Louisville, Colorado. Of course, it is impossible to capture the true essence of a place through one visit but these sights caught my eye. Now, Colorado’s Louisville is pronounced “Louis-ville,” unlike the Derby and college basketball hotbed in Kentucky, which is pronounced more like “Looie-ville.” Founded in 1878, Louisville is a city of just over 18,000 people located about 25 miles northwest of Denver. Often cited for its liveability, Money magazine has twice named the city #1 in its annual Best Places to Live issue in the past five years.