photo by smoovebert, via Flickr
I found this photo on Flickr of one of those long, character-less hallways at Los Angeles International Airport. The image was taken in 2006 with a Pentax Optio point-and-shoot and processed with Photoshop. As I’ve written before, I define “transit” loosely for our “art of transit” series — if a photo involves getting from Point A to Point B, I’ll consider it for this series.
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Categories: The Art of Transit
Actually, this hallway has more character than some of the “hidden passageways” I’ve seen at LAX.
The connector passage between terminals 5 and 6, for example.
But the mosaics along the left side of these original LAX terminal tunnels are quite special.
Oh, don’t call it one of those “long, character-less hallways”! I’m excited every time I come back to this terminal (T3, I think) and walk the long multi-colored retro mosaic that stretches all the way along the left wall.