EPCOT Archive

Reflection of Earth Photo

Spaceship Earth at Walt Disney World’s Epcot (or EPCOT Center as many fans, including me, still call it) is one of my favorite things to photograph. It’s something you won’t see anywhere else, and it’s truly majestic. I’ve taken thousands of photos of it, and given that, you might think that I’ve exhausted unique photo

The Land in Bloom

When we were at Epcot last week, it was apparent that the park was already preparing for Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival. The patch of grass near the Imagination pavilion that normally has a beautifully themed flower bed during Flower & Garden Festival was torn up, with markers and outlines of a design in the

Mission: SPACE – Moon, Mars, Earth, Sun Photo

Mission: SPACE is an attraction in the Future World land of Epcot at Walt Disney World in Florida. It’s a 5.5 minute motion simulator ride that demonstrates what an astronaut might experience on a space flight to Mars. It’s set in the fictional International Space Training Center, which is similar to NASA. Since opening in

A Journey Into Lost Imagination

It’s little secret that the original Journey into Imagination is my all-time favorite Walt Disney World attraction. Without it, you wouldn’t be reading this blog (because it wouldn’t exist), and it’s highly unlikely that Sarah and I would take so many trips to Walt Disney World as adults. The entire pavilion oozed of (as cliche

Super Bowl 2012 Fireworks Photo!

Not really a Super Bowl photo, but what better way to celebrate the Super Bowl than with a fireworks photo?! Who will be saying “I’m going to Disney World” tonight in Indianapolis? This city loves the Mannings, and many here are hoping to see Eli win another ring. I actually like both the Patriots and