There’s something about airports that make them such interesting spaces to be in. Perhaps it’s that continuation of the classic air travel tradition that has captured our curiosity since Kitty Hawk in 1903. There’s always a pulse beating at the heart of this nexus, a gateway to the skies and a link across time.
Whilst some might see it as merely a necessary service to connect us with cities, I see it as a hallmark of our civilization, a critical system that is vital to the rhythm of today.
(And yes, I wrote this while waiting for a flight at an airport. Hey, when inspiration strikes – you write, right?)