an empty airport with an escalator
Photograph ©2023 by Brian Cohen.

What Is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 227

Do you notice something strange at this airport?

For this edition of this popular game, can you guess what you believe is wrong — or, at least, seemingly quite bizarre — with this photograph part 227?

The photograph in this article is somewhat different in this series of articles. I must give you a hint, to be fair: this photograph was taken in Terminal B of Denver International Airport when I was there recently.

What Is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 227

an empty airport with an escalator
Photograph ©2023 by Brian Cohen.

Please submit your answers in the Comments section below — and I enjoy reading creative answers.

Thank you in advance. As always, I cannot wait to read your answer and feedback.

Access to Past Articles in the What is Wrong With This Photograph? Series

You can refer to this definitive list of past articles of the What is Wrong With This Photograph? series of articles, which also includes articles which reveal the answers. That list will be continuously updated as additional articles are written and posted here at The Gate With Brian Cohen to ensure that future articles in this series are not encumbered with a long list of links — especially when viewing and reading them from a portable electronic device.

Your constructive input as a reader of The Gate With Brian Cohen is always appreciated.

Final Boarding Call

You are encouraged to submit photographs of your own for this feature at The Gate With Brian Cohen. When you do, please let me know:

  • If you want to have photography credit attributed to you
  • What is the photograph
  • When and where the photograph was taken
  • If submitting a screen shot, please give the source — as well as a link to the source

If your photograph or screen shot is selected, it will be featured in a future article here at The Gate With Brian Cohen.

In the meantime, the answer — or answers — to this article will be included in the next article of answers to the most recent five articles in the series of What is Wrong With This Photograph? articles.

Photograph ©2023 by Brian Cohen.

  1. Passengers are likely to find ga gates B7-B12 but those looking for gate B1 will be as successful as looking for a unicorn or a Boeing 797.

  2. In addition to the signage depicting some gates which do not exist at the Denver International Airport, and directing patrons in the direction opposite to those labeled that do exist, this digital photograph is also missing the presence of a single human being. Quite a feat for the UNITED gate at its Denver hub. Perhaps instead of building new gates, the airport can consider more creative scheduling during the times it appears the concourse is entirely empty.

  3. The people above are saying it’s wrong because the sign says B1-12 and the visible gates are higher. But that’s correct as the walkway drops you off PAST those gates (B18-B13) to the next interchange what then stops at Gate B12, so the sign is correct.

    So, then what’s the real error? Since the sign is above the moving walkway, it’s 100% correct for if you got on there trying to go B16 seen on the side, you’d come out past it.

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