I’m well chuffed to see one of my New York panoramas now being displayed on the walls at Netherlands’ busiest airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
The design agency involved got in touch with me and asked to use the image (made up of 14 separate photos), so after a fair bit of Photoshop stitching, the deal was done, and the image sent over.
I didn’t actually know it was going to form part of the Airport Park project, so it’s great to see that so many people might enjoy the photos, and they may end up soothing a furrowed business brow or two.
The recently opened ‘Airport Park’ aims to offer a more a natural setting for those enduring the misery of air travel, with the artificial landscape serving up ivy-covered furniture, live trees which are over 100 years old and natural sounds piped over the PA.
The adjacent cafe serves up organic food with fair trade coffee, and if you want to charge up your gadgets, then you’ll have to get off your arse and hop onto some stationary bikes and get pedalling. Nice!
Above is part of the original panorama – click here to see the full thing (being created in 2004 it’s rather small on the site, although the full size panorama ended up at 19,000 pixels wide).