Barajas, Madrid

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  1. bill04

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    The awesome international airport in Madrid, Spain.


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    It was improved largely during the World Fair in 1992 (Olympics). The ceiling is all pieces of wood. It was an amazing place.
     
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    WOW! my old highschool had a cieling like that. the new school that was built to replace it is much more "efficiently" designed. i love artful buildings.
     
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    Hmm, my old highschool had a ceiling like that too...

    Of the two versions I like the second the best.
     
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    Awesome shots! I love the way curves in the ceiling.
     
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    Thats some insane rhythm your getting in number 2 with all the waves and lines, and polls along the moving walkway. Looks like a Sweet building. Nice shots.
     
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    While the contrast and perspectives in the pictures are beautiful, one of my favourite aspects of this place is actually the use of colour so from that point of view perhaps a missed opportunity, but I'm sure you have some great colour shots too... just my pennys worth :thumbup:
     

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