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Some of my friends have mountains. Some have tall forests. Some have seas. Some have all three.

Some of my friends have cities that sparkle in the day and glow in the night.

The views my friends give me are wonderful.

I have the old, the discarded, the broken down, the falling down.

For me there is a certain moody beauty here, too.


Best in the light box.

Dublin Airport | Pascall + Watson, 2010

Liverpool Street mainline station.

The house with the cars.

Southern Saskatchewan.

Dubai International Airport, T3

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This photo was taken five years after The Terminal was last used; it took another two years for The Terminal to be completely demolished in 2010.


Some 20 km further on, the Westerschelde tunnel opened for traffic on 14 March 2003. Since then the ferry service between Vlissingen and Breskens operates only for pedestrians and bicycles/scooters. The journey across by ferry takes about 20 minutes.

Motor vehicles of course now use the Westerschelde tunnel between Terneuzen and Ellewoutsdijk


Back in the Ol' Same Place.

Couldn't resist a series with the phone.


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Out walking when it was -2 degrees. The frost was terminal for anything in its path. The sun was low and strong and offered a high key opportunity. I added a border and yellow cast that I hope enhances the image.

Arrival / Immigration Hall @ Singapore Changi Airport T3.

A ferry used to run between here, Point Fosdick directly across the narrows, and Gig Harbor. It temporarily stopped running when the original Tacoma Narrows Bridge opened in 1940. The bridge collapsed less than six months later and ferries were rushed back into service the next day. The original terminal had already been partially dismantled by that time so the service had to run from Point Defiance unti the terminal was rebuilt. Because of World War II, the bridge wasn't rebuilt until 1950. The ferry hasn't run since then.


Tacoma, WA, U.S.A.



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Manchester Airport. Night-time Long Exposure of the passenger conduit between Terminal 1 and Terminals 2&3. The orange came from street lighting outside of the 1st Story conduit.

Chicago O'Hare International Airport

Terminal: I look at this building as a time machine; a passage through the ages to an era when the taxis and trains met and transferred their human travelers from point A to point B. They skirted past the beautiful art deco architecture and emerald fountains towards their destination, whether business or pleasure. Today, the Union Terminal acts as a museum for Cincinnati, educating people about past experiences, changes in history and perhaps what the future holds.

Flughafen München

Nordallee 25, 85356 München


Abfertigung sicherheitsgefährdeter Flüge

Eigene Gepäcksortieranlage


Architektur: Hans-Busso von Busse (Partner: Heinz Blees, Roland Büch und Nils Kampmann) München, 1992

Halle "F": Krebs + Krebs


"(...) Doch gemessen am Ergebnis, nicht zuletzt am Wohlgefühl, das die Füße beim Gehen, die Hände beim Berühren, die Augen beim Betrachten haben, ist es erstaunlich gut angelegt worden. Und verglichen mit den unförmigen Flughäfen von New York (J. F. Kennedy) oder London (Heathrow), jeder ein vor Häßlichkeit strotzendes, den Fluggast als lästige Begleiterscheinung behandelndes Konglomerat zusammenhanglos angehäufter Gebäude, unter denen selbst ein so expressives Bauwerk wie Eero Saarinens flügelschlagende TWA-Halle in New York ihren Zauber verliert – damit verglichen ist der von München (F. J. Strauß) die auffallend schlanke, sehr strahlende Primadonna. Fast alles darin ist auf ausgeklügelte Weise aufeinander und auf die Umgebung bezogen, die Architektur einem strengen, abwechslungsreichen Kanon gleicher Teile unterworfen.


Namentlich beim Abfertigungsgebäude haben die Architekten auf das Licht gebaut, so als sei es dem Himmel ebenso wie der Erde, genauer: der Landschaft zugetan, um ihr ja keine Gewalt anzutun. Da offenbar alle beteiligten Architekten davon überzeugt werden konnten, sich kategorisch an eine Gestaltungsrichtlinie zu halten, ist die gesamte, weitverstreute, vielfältige Gebäude-Versammlung von einem Charakter: gleiche architektonische Haltung (klar gegliedert, streng geformt, frei von neckischem Dekor), gleiche Materialien (Stahl, Aluminium, Zink, Beton, Glas), gleiche Farben (Weiß und Silber in den Varianten, die die verschiedenen Metalle kennzeichnen). Die einzige geduldete „Buntfarbe“ ist das frische Lavendelblau der Schilder – nicht gerechnet das ausgekühlte Grün der Leuchtwürfel, die den Fluchtweg zeigen. (...)"

Text: DIE ZEIT, 1992

Notes from the underground #1

31. May 2008 +19 Celcius - Straume bus terminal - Norway (P1070557)

By the Staten island ferry terminal, New York, New York, USA


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I've started watching the new Fox series, "Gotham", and I got hooked. Never had a lot of interest in Batman in the past, but what keeps me coming back for more is the fact the series is being shot in New York, and how the technical make of Gotham (coloring the city scenes with dark gloomy colors) makes me forget it's New York, and really feel I'm in Gotham. Mind you, the philosophical side of the series, the war against corruption, the fight of good and evil are portrayed so successfully... I'm going to watch it all.


And, impressed by the way they colored New York to portray Gotham, I've tried all kind of PP effects to try and achieve some of the look. Like what I got, will play more. What do you think? Will love to read your opinions, and thanks in advance.

Cruise Terminal at the Wilhelminapier in Rotterdam.

HDR of 3 exposures

Manchester Airport. Night-time Long Exposure of the passenger conduit between Terminal 1 and Terminals 2&3. The orange came from street lighting outside of the 1st Story conduit.

Kunming Changshui International Airport, Yunnan, China 雲南 昆明長水國際機場

Grand Central Terminal, New York, NY.


The granddaddy of all railway stations--Grand Central Station-- is the biggest of them all. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world and stands as a living testament to the bygone days of opulence!


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Terminal 21 brings the dream of traveling the world to downtown Bangkok, with its cutting-edge concept that places several world-famous cities under one roof. Find yourself wandering around a maze of shops in Tokyo City, sauntering down London’s Carnaby Street, bagging a bargain in an Istanbul zouk, or shopping for something to fill your growling stomach at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.


Barajas - Madrid - España


Large View On Black


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The Ferry terminal at the rear of the Clarion Hotel. The Clarion is on the far right of shot and appears out of focus, well it could be but actually its down to the exterior design graduated Black and white spots. There is a very slight pink haze, the result of the next photo, it a museum glowing pink (out of shot)

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