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Tree of Life & Blue Skies

Tree of Life & Blue Skies

I don't have many shots of the Tree of Life despite so many visits to Animal Kingdom over the year. Funny enough on our last trip we only spent 1/2 a day out of 6 days in Animal Kingdom. Regardless, the changes they have made...

Has Anyone Seen the Living Seas

Has Anyone Seen the Living Seas?

I'd usually take this space to talk about today's photo but instead I'll be using it to wish my wife Erika a Happy (9th!) anniversary. She's the real mastermind behind the scenes who always looks at my photos, tells me when they suck, and helps...

Mission Space to the Stars

Mission Space to the Stars

The first few times I rode Mission Space I really enjoyed it. As time passed however the ride has become really stale to me, to the point I don't even bother riding it when we visit anymore. Tack on that I still really really REALLY...

Bridge to Crystal Palace

Bridge to Crystal Palace

With all the construction the past few years it has been quite some time since I've had a shot of the Crystal Palace. I had actually tried this shot on my last trip but the spot on the bridge I shot from I ultimately did...

A Universe of Energy

A Universe of Energy

While the title of this shot, A Universe of Energy, may seem to refer simply to the name of the pavilion it seemed the perfect title once I saw just how many stars I had captured in the sky for this shot. It is truly...

Tomorrowland at a Distance

Tomorrowland at a Distance

I've shot the Tomorrowland entrance a couple different ways over the years but I think my favorite is shooting it far away with a telephoto lens. Using the telephoto from far away as opposed to close up with the ultra-wide makes everything appear very accurate...