EPCOT Archive

Journey into Imagination Reflection Photo

When you’re at Walt Disney World, sometimes mother nature gives you lemons that you must make into lemonade. More literally, sometimes there’s a torrential downpour that you should view as a positive and turn into awesome reflections photos. On the first night of our February 2012 Walt Disney World trip, most guests had left Epcot

O Canada! Epcot Photo

The Canada Pavilion in Epcot at Walt Disney World is one of the “average” pavilions, I think. The architecture is interesting, but not as strong as Morocco or France. O Canada! is a fun film, but Martin Short comes across as a caricature rather than a real Canadian. Le Cellier is a good restaurant, but

Epcot Facebook Covers

If you’re a fan of Epcot at Walt Disney World and are on Facebook, you’re in luck! Here we have free Facebook covers for Facebook Timeline profiles featuring photos taken by Tom Bricker at Epcot (or EPCOT Center, for those who remember the good ‘ole days of Horizons, World of Motion, The Living Seas, Journey

Spaceship Earth Fountain Photo

I love this fountain in front of Spaceship Earth at Epcot. It’s a sight for sore eyes after you pass the Leave a Legacy tombstones, and it allows for interesting composition when taking photos. Unlike a lot of other EPCOT Center fans, I don’t really wish the lucite marker that used to rise above the

Epcot’s Fountain of Nations Photo

The Fountain of Nations is located in Epcot’s Future World at Walt Disney World, specifically in the center of Innoventions Plaza. A water-show performs in the Fountain of Nations every 15 minutes. The show is set to various pieces of music from Disney movies such as The Rescuers Down Under and The Rocketeer and from

The Living Seas & Monorail Photo

On our December 2011 Walt Disney World trip when we were at Epcot, Sarah headed to to The Land right away to grab FastPasses and to hit Sunshine Seasons (smart!) for breakfast. I wasn’t hungry, so I headed to this spot over by The Living Seas pavilion to grab a shot of the monorail (inspired

Post-Storm Morocco Epcot Photo

The sky and the clouds in Epcot on this particular night were crazy. A real deep shade of blue following a storm earlier in the day. I actually de-saturated the blues in this photo because the sky was so vibrant that it looked cartoonish. It still looks a bit more exaggerated than it actually was

United Kingdom – Epcot World Showcase Photo

The United Kingdom in Epcot might be my least favorite World Showcase country. Granted, there’s the Rose & Crown pub with its amusing Hat Lady and delicious beverages and the British Invasion (errr… English Channel). As is true with the entire World Showcase, the architecture is pretty, but the spacing and lack of prominent structures

Happy 20th Anniversary, Disneyland Paris!

Disneyland Paris, or Euro Disney as it’s still known to some, opened its gates twenty years ago today. Although I’ve never been to Disneyland Paris, the history of this park fascinates me. To some, it represents the beginning of the end for Eisner (I strongly disagree with this), as a vanity project that went way