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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Departure Hall

A place where you see tears flow. The departure hall of Changi Airport Terminal 3.

When did you last send someone off? Our family we just sent our sis off. She's gone back to London.


Anonymous said...

was this pix photoshopped? the colours look almost surreal!

your qn: "When did you last send someone off?" got me in a sombre mood. we recently wept at someone's passing. "He gives beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness..."


Sue said...

I know that feelings. It's really hard to see that, but I think you can get it through...

juan said...

hi..more information on karang guni post,

hi,i really appreciates all the post that you post about Singapore. this gives me anew view of singapore of where i am living in.

By the way, i am working on an theme on karang guni and i happened to see your post on it, but do you have any reasons why do they uses trolley and why the style of the karang guni men in Singapore is different from other countries???

please reply if you know the answer
by tomorrow at

Olivier said...

c'est magnifique, on dirait un immense jukebox. très belle photo.
it is magnificient, it looks like a giant jukebox. very beautiful picture.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Is this Changi's terminal 3? It is beautiful.

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• Eliane • said...

I love this pic, full of refections of all kinds. Love it!
Last time I sent someone off was this Sunday: I had friends from Montréal staying at my place. No tears! Although I was happy to have them for a few days, I was also happy to get my appartment back. ;)

Unknown said...

it was a right moment at the airport, when the lighting was just nice :-)

jobecc, eliane,
haha.. ya, we were glad they had to leave, but we were glad to have our rooms back to ourselves too. :-p

replied a bit late, karang guni man in Singapore has to go from the top of tall buildings to the bottom. they got too much things to carry at once, maybe that's why the trolley comes in use.

other countries, they live in houses and they just go door to door. maybe?

alexander, yes it's T3!

olivier, thanks! yeah, it does look like a jukebox, now that you mention it. :-)

kaa said...

wow! looks so classy. unfortuntately i wont be arriving here next month.. can't wait to be back home again!