Spotted at Atlanta Int’l Airport – a forest



Here’s a good reason to walk – or take the moving walkways – instead of the train between concourses at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport: the art!

Especially now that “Flight Paths”, by artist Steven Waldeck, seems to be finished.

The $4.1 million installation has taken years to complete but is designed to give travelers the feeling of walking through a forest – complete with a┬ásimulated tree canopy, bird sounds, floor projections and special lighting along the 450-foot long underground tunnel between Concourses A and B.



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