Le Cellier poutine is the single greatest food item in all of Walt Disney World. That is all.
Finally going through some of my unprocessed stuff from our last trip (before the COVID) and getting it finished. Here is one I liked of Splash Mountain.
New year. New photos. Starting with this one…
I haven’t posted a new photo in a while due to some unexpected health issues but fortunately I’m feeling better and starting to get back in the editing groove. I went for an ultra-moody edit of the marketplace here on Batuu. Enjoy.
I’m trying out some adjustments to my editing techniques for sunset shots and my first reaction is it feels like the additional effort is worth it. I hope you like this one. Enjoy.
I decided to go back a few trips in my image catalog to some unedited Pandora shots. Pandora always offers some unique editing challenges. The alien-ness of the scene at least offers a bit of freedom with color balancing choices.
I’m a simple man. It rains. There’s a puddle. I take a photo of said puddle. EZ.
It’s Spaceship Earth and the sun is reflecting golden light off of it. Maybe it just needed a rainbow or majestic eagle to finish it off…
Typically, when life gives me a puddle, I lay down in it and take a picture. When life doesn’t give any puddles however, sometimes you have to find the next best thing. These now extinct Leave a Legacy “monuments” at Epcot’s entrance do nicely with providing a bit of reflection and adding additional interest to the photo. Add in a beautiful sunset and a passing monorail and you’re in business.