Upon first viewing, this looks just like any normal shot taken of Cinderella Castle from the Liberty Square Bridge (Kodak Photo Spot). It’s a pretty plain Castle shot, right? If you look closer, or compare it to a normal shot taken from this location, you’ll notice that Cinderella Castle appears far smaller, and the moat
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If you’ve viewed many of my photos, you’re no doubt aware that I love capturing the tranquility of the parks at night. While Tomorrowland is my favorite place to photograph at night due to its ambiance, Frontierland takes the tranquility crown. At night, it really captures the true spirit of the American West. In fact,
Aren’t the Disney Details one of the biggest things that compel all of us to return to the Disney theme parks so frequently? We all have our favorite attractions, to be sure, but the Disney Details, like this small bronze statue of Pluto found in the Magic Kingdom’s hub, make the parks rife for exploration.
I neglected to introduce our team previously, mostly because I didn’t want to reveal the photo of my brilliant Figment costume prematurely. Our team consisted of myself and Sarah, plus our friend Nick, and JL Knopp of http://TheDisneyDrivenLife.com. As we stood in line earlier that morning at Epcot, we were struggling for a team name.
Wishes! A Magical Gathering of Disney Dreams is an excellent fireworks show that is a must-see if you’re in the Magic Kingdom at night. Although we far prefer Disneyland’s fireworks show, Remember… Dreams Come True, Wishes! is still great. To purchase a print or digital download of this photo, or many other photos featured here
Frontierland at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland really captures the spirit of the uncharted American frontier quite well–despite being in the middle of two the most bustling theme parks in the world. At Walt Disney World, even the character meet and greets are themed, with Donald Duck doing his best Davy Crockett impression. To
As children, the Dumbo the Flying Elephant attraction at Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World is one of those attractions we must do. We soar high, flying with Dumbo as he flaps his ears in the breeze. As we grow older, the illusion and the magic wears off. With a little photographic
With the 2013 Epcot Food & Wine Festival country booths soon to be announced, as well as celebrity presentations, Eat to the Beat concert performers, special events, and seminars, a lot of you are probably wondering if Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival is worth your time. Let me answer that question for you, with a
From the moment the lights go down, the excitement from the crowd for the Main Street Electrical parade grows. It reaches a fever pitch when you begin to hear the strangely addictive sounds of the Baroque Hoedown become audible and Mickey Mouse on the parade’s title float becomes visible. To purchase a print or digital
Nothing quite compares to Tomorrowland at night in the Magic Kingdom. The place comes alive with a kinetic energy not felt during the day. The Background Music seems to deeper and more palpable, the neon glows vibrantly, and the Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover quietly glides by overhead. No other land in the Magic Kingdom has
I imagine, the time period of this statue being right around the time of Walt’s death. In this interpretation of the statue, I imagine Walt saying, “Mickey, go forth and lead our Kingdom.” Mickey undoubtedly personifies the spirit of Walt Disney, and through him, the Disney Kingdom has prospered and grown far beyond Walt’s wildest