Atlanta, 27/3/08

The airport in Atlanta, Georgia is surely one of the largest in the world. Within it’s huge concourses and in the basement beneath with it’s seven stop train line, there resides the most stunning art collection.

From life size ponies fashioned from scrap aluminium to historic photos, from delicate quilts to collections of prohibited imports. But most impressive of all is a quote writ large upon a screen from the immortal speech of Dr. King, “I have a dream this afternoon”. Wise words indeed.

To ease the last few hours of my wait for the flight to London, jazz played live on a grand piano, with gusto! The flight north into the night then developed its own mystery as a late moon shone weak upon a star adorned cloudscape.

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