Pictures in this post are from during my flight from Florida to Chicago with Philadelphia as the stopover. It was my first time to fly with U.S. Airways.
Tampa International Airport (TPA) is one of my favorite airports because they have free WiFi. 😛
TPA has a mall feel to it. The fast food, restaurants, and souvenir shops are accessible unlike the other airports I’ve been to. The airport is also small.
My Lowepro backpack, fat lOgs, and DMs.
There’s a reason why I took a picture of this, but I’d rather not say anymore. *ninja*
Ginger Ale — my staple drink when flying
First time I tried Seagrams’
US Airways isn’t so bad. It seems I got to ride in a fairly new plane of theirs. I’m glad they gave me a good seat. Guess which seat I got. 😀
I’m a Fuji Provia RDP III 100F film n00b. So this is one of those slide films that when cross-processed produces shots in blue hues. I’m not a fan of the color, so I don’t like it that much. 😛 I find this film best under very sunny conditions and for nature and rural areas shoots. What I like about it is the bit of graininess and the vignette it produces. But I wonder if the silhouette and vignette effects are due to the film being expired .
It’s my first time to set foot on Philadelphia. First I noticed before landing there is they seem to have numerous industries/factories.
So I chose Pepperoni Stromboli. Salty as expected.
Do we have such in the Philippines? In Sbarro maybe?
The Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) looks almost like Detroit Metro Airport (DTW). Only a smaller. I like that it’s clean, not crowded, and there’s also free WiFi (from the terminal I waited). I saw many movie posters in one area of the airport. I saw all the Rocky movies which is what I only remember because I was surprised. I didn’t know all its movies were made in Philadelphia. LOL
There are many ‘firsts’ in this flight. 🙂 I wonder if I’ll get to tour somewhere in Philadelphia. Do I know anyone who lives there who might wanna adopt me for a while when I visit? Hrhr~
Film pictures taken with an LC-A+ and Fuji Provia RDPIII 100 exp. 2007-06 and the rest taken with a cellphone camera.