This is excellent.
I love to travel and that affection extends to airports, I suppose because they are the gateway to that next big adventure. And I think many airports have picked up their game in the last few decades – it seems like new terminals and renovations have a bigger focus on aesthetics with bright and appealing spaces, art that inspires and a real effort to reflect a sense of place. I’ve found myself taking more and more photos in airports, unless I’m sprinting for that next flight during a too-short layover.
O’Hare Airport in Chicago, the inspiration for a haiku in an earlier post
At Dulles in Washington last week, I was enchanted by the rainbow wall and snapped a few photos, including a little boy running along the wall touching all of the colored panels. It wasn’t until I uploaded the photos today that I noticed a sharp contrast in…
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Thank you for reposting, David; what a compliment. I just read your “About” page and decidedly like your wry humor.
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