Houston Airport Architecture

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    Well, I finally took another picture...
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    This is in one of the remodeled concourses in Houston's big airport
     
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    Love it :thumbsup:
    The tones are perfect!
     
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    I'm going back to the airport tomorrow, but I'm leaving really early so i can shoot a while. that is as long as I don't get arrested... :lol:
    Thanks
     
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    Nice shot!!
     
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    i like it! beautiful tones... :D
     
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    NICE! Agree with WoodSac, values are great... nice contrast. I might like to see just a little head room above the light tho... Very nice none the less.
     
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    I completely agree. I think I'll reshoot this one when I go back. I was kind of in a hurry then ;)
    Thanks guys
     
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    Joe, we here at TPF have your back. I've already started collecting bail money for you!

    Don't forget to get lots of pics of the TSA boys and girls--they REALLY like that ;)
     
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    Bahahahahaha!!! I'll bet! I've never actually had any problem with security before at the airport, except for those pesky random gate checks. I guess I just look like a terrorist or something...
     
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    It's the goatee, man!
     
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    and the bombs, probably.

    Actually, way back in 2002, I forgot to take my reed knife out of my clarinet case. Now, a reed knife is a lot like a 4 inch straight razor so definitely not something to take on an airplane. I got pulled aside for one of those random checks, they searched my case, and even made me put together the instrument and play a few notes...but they didn't find the knife... :er:
     
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    Ahh, don't it make you feel safe to fly the friendly skies?

    Here's my question. When I came home from St. Louis after thanksgiving, I dutifuly removed ye olde laptop from my bag and put it into a tub (I don't understand how x-rays are blocked by my fabric knapsack and the laptop needs to be removed in the first place). I then put my jacket (also made of non-lead fabric) on top if it, and my boots on top of that (this way I only needed 1 bin instead of 3; I was trying to be helpful to my fellow passengers, you understand. Anyway, they had to rescan the laptop because the jacket was over it. Does down really block x-rays from seeing through to my laptop?

    On the clarinet note (sorry, no pun intended), when I was coming home from Miami many years ago, they made me turn on my video camera, record, and play it back to prove that it really worked--and this was BEFORE Sept. 11.
     

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