Ever since they remodeled Seatac airport, I’ve loved one bit of it that somehow people seem to ignore. Maybe it’s because they put it in the back of the food court, but if you like watching planes while you’re forced to wait a few hours for yours to leave, it’s the only place to be. It also seems to be the only place where they actually keep the windows clean, so definitely worth checking out.
|Camera & Lens||Canon EOS REBEL T1i (Canon) & EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM||Shutter:||1/100 s|
|Creation Date:||2010:09:11 15:48:28||Aperture:||f/6.3|
|Artist:||Photographer: Ari Brown||ISO:||100|
|Exposure Mode:||Normal program||Focal Length:||24 mm|
Floor-to-ceiling glass, maybe 50 feet high and 100 feet wide, you can actually enjoy the view, which is rare post 9/11. Plus you have your choice of mediocre food. I love the windows though, and I take pictures of them almost every time I come through.
UPDATE: Welcome folks from the Port of Seattle. Leave a comment below and let me know what your Monday newsletter said about my post and picture, since I can’t access it.