Walt Disney World Resort Epcot Future World Journey into Imagination I managed to shoot the monorail as it passed with two different cameras. Here’s the wide-angle neutral density filter (9 stop) take. Click here for the fisheye take.
The topiaries, such as this one of Pluto, are one of the last vestiges of Christmas in Epcot’s Future World. While these topiaries are very cool and wonderfully done, to me, Future World still lacks the holiday spirit that can be found in many other parts of Walt Disney World. The caption above is a
What do you get when you leave your camera’s shutter open for 239 seconds during the fireworks portion of Holiday Illuminations at Walt Disney World? This. This is a single-exposure shot of the fireworks, pretty much straight out of the camera (it has been sharpened and I removed an odd spot of lens flare). Although
Even though we take multiple trips per year, this trip was a long time coming. The anticipation it it actually began 4 years ago, way back in 2007, when Epcot (or EPCOT Center, more appropriately) celebrated its 25th anniversary. In retrospect, I’d like to say we were on the fence about attending that event. However,
The next morning was another early one with the Destination D events beginning promptly at 9:30 am. Since we had purchased a refillable mug, I was going to get as much use out of it as possible, so I headed to the food court with it. Of course, what would a trip to the food
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
Spring is a beautiful time at Epcot in Walt Disney World. The topiaries and flowers are in full bloom as Epcot comes to life with vibrant colors and excellent demonstrations from HGTV and other horticulturists.
Part I of II When we arrived home from our August 2008 trip, Sarah and I both suffered “Disney Withdrawal” pretty badly. Partly, we were upset because we knew it would be at least a year before we’d be going back. Well, suffice to say, that year delay between trips did not happen, as our
Chapter 4: EPCOT Center’s Food & Wine & Beer & Whiskey Festival: That morning, we had some slight setbacks that had me concerned that we wouldn’t get to EPCOT by 8 a.m. For the start of morning extra magic hours. When we left our room at 7:25, I thought we had no shot. By complete luck,
The next day we started out at Magic Kingdom. I think my parents sensed that they’d be getting up much earlier than us, so this day they headed out before us, and we met them at the park. The crowds were much heavier than I expected, with swarms of young cheerleaders with some sort of
Welcome to our Christmas 2010 Walt Disney World Trip Report! For those of you who have been following our Saga in our other reports, thank you for joining us once again! For those first time readers, thanks for opening this thread–we hope it doesn’t disappoint! The trip began in its typical manner, under chaotic circumstances.