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Worlds First Airport Terminal For Privately Owned Pets E-mail
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The world's first of its sort ever airport terminal for animals is set to be built at JFK Airport in New York City, US named "The Ark". John F. Kennedy Airport is set to open the first privately-owned animal terminal for business early in 2016 and is scheduled to price around £32 million ($48 million). There will be a Paradise 4 Paws kennels for cats and dogs, stables, aviary, exclusive pet restaurant, 24-hour veterinary hospital, individual climate-controlled bedrooms for horses and cattle and over 178,000 square-feet dedicated to animal handling, cargo, care, and travel.

Worlds First Airport Terminal For Privately Owned Pets

The Ark will provide both air and land services to board kennel, quarantine, import, export and transport large and small animals. Additional services will include transportation in dedicated climate controlled vehicles from aircraft, terminals, cargo facilities and other airport locations. It allows safe and efficient handling of cattle, goats, pigs and sheep from truck to aircraft. Families will now be able to send their loved pet of for some pampering in their very own airport terminal.

A 30-year lease has been agreed between The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey with Ark Development for the projected 178,000 square feet development. It is anticipated to generate over 110 new jobs with £70 million ($108 million) revenue over the next 30-year period.

Blending Day And Night Into A Single Photograph E-mail
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With over two decades of professional experience, photographer Stephen Wilkes is well known for his fine and commercial photography. With countless awards, honours and five major exhibitions in the last five years alone, it’s very possible you’ve already come across Stephen’s incredible work.

In the series entitled Day to Night, Wilkes took hundreds of photographs over the span of a day (some shots took up to 15 hours), carefully adjusting the shutter to allow for proper exposure as the sun set. To create the images below, Wilkes blends about 50 images into one incredible large-format panoramic.

1. Coney Island – Day and Night

Blending Day And Night Into A Single Photograph

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