Structure —  The Airport Experience

Parking and Roadway, SFO, San Francisco, 2015

Intersecting cement structures at SFO connect the short-term parking and terminals. The photo was taken with my iPhone 7plus and then processed in Adobe Lightroom mobile.

A modern airport like San Francisco’s is truly amazing, but it wasn’t always like that. Consider this photo of the airport at Billings, MT in the 50’s.   The Frontier Airlines pilot landed and taxied to within a few feet of the gate where he stopped to allow passengers to deplane. It was just a short walk to mom’s car for the ride home.

Sailor arriving at Billings, MT, 1954

As the gallery below shows, the modern “airport” has plenty of structure and style. These are  iPhone shots from recent New Hampshire trips.


Cheers, Carto

Here is a link to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Structure.

3 thoughts on “Structure —  The Airport Experience

  1. Lovely shots from the airport near you. It is amazing how far and modern airports are today. Traveling through airports in Australia and in Asia, they are very impressive – spacious, modern and lots to see and do 🙂 Safe and happy travels 🙂


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