Photographs by Kang

Food Photographer living in London producing delicious material, and other related documents.

Airports.

I was in transit at Changi Airport for a day, spending the night at the transit hotel. In Asia, there is generally less fuss about cameras in public spaces (if Airports are indeed public). On the other hand, Singapore is generally tourist friendly. I flew with the massive A380s, on the upper deck, throughout the flight, passengers were wanting to grab a shot of this historic engineering feat. I had my camera firmly round my neck for the entire leg of the journey, and nervously wanting to make a photo essay of this from the very beginning. While in transit, the airport seemed a microcosm of life, a bubble that exists within its own set of rules, and observing life inside, felt abit like being in another country all together. I was sight seeing I suppose. It starts at the departure lounge at Heathrow, and ends at the departure lounge at Changi.

Just through the gates at Heathrow, and queing up at WH Smith.

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Posted on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010. Filed under middle, Photo Projects.

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4 Responses to “Airports.”

  1. Shu Wen Says:

    April 8th, 2012 at 9:21 am

    A London Eater restaurant review on Facebook led me to London Eater, which then led me to your photography website, which then brought me to this page about a very (very) familiar place from home (nice photos by the way!). I think you succinctly captured what Singapore is like with the pictures of food (oh, how I miss cheap cheap Sushi from Sake Sushi) and people passing their time away while in transit. Looking forward to more photo essays!

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