I’m lucky, I frequently fly. I cannot get tired of it. +6 hours jet lag, -5 hours jet lag. At the airports, I have the company of fellow voyagers desperate for a few minutes of shuteye on hard, uncomfortable waiting room chairs waiting to see displayed on the screen “boarding door 26”. I have captured their faces and forms angled […]
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