I'm a fan of modern architecture and mid 20th century stuff in general, and I've always loved Dulles, designed by the great Eero Saarinen. Recently I had the occasion to be there arbitrarily waiting for an hour while my sister got a Covid test prior to a flight to Italy a couple days later on. Luckily I had a camera and some film on hand. My fascination with this particular place and building began back in the 60s when I was a kid. My dad, an Army lifer, was stationed at the Pentagon so we lived no great distance from here. I recall my dad taking us out there just to see the building. It was a sort of odd field trip for us... considering my dad wasn't particularly enthusiastic for architecture, but I guess it was still something of a phenomenon; this would have been just a couple years after it was built. I found- and still find, the quirky "transport modules" super enthralling for whatever reason. Back then The Future loomed large, being the middle of The Space Age. Of course, the future isn't what it once was, but elements of (formerly) futuristic stuff remain. I still marvel at this kind of thing whenever I see it. Meanwhile, I'd flown thru Dulles back in January (or was it March?). Well, recently in any case. Unfortunately at the time, I was stuck in some outer terminal with little time before my connecting flight. I was well pleased when we decided to swing thru again so my sister could get the pre-flight test. What a fabulous space! Luckily, there wren't too many people on hand shooting the exterior from inside, I got all these reflections... I like them. I don't often convert color film photos to black and white, but I felt like this was somewhat warranted in this case? What's the consensus on this? Kodak Ektar 100 Voigtlander R3m Voigtlander 40mm f1.4 Nokton Classic MC Thanks for looking! If anyone has any of their own photos to share, please do so with my blessing. Id love to hear commentary or opinions on my shots, or just stories of your own experiences at Dulles.