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Just Make A Wish

Just Make a Wish

I originally spent about 20 minutes on this shot and then thinking I had something decent showed it to my wife, who promptly told me it sucked and I wasn't trying hard enough. Sooooo, I spent another hour and a half working on this shot...

Alice In Tea Cup Land

Alice in Tea Cup Land

The area with the Mad Tea Party has been woefully neglected by me when it comes to photography so it was towards the top of my list this past trip to try and fill in some missing shots. One thing I like to do before...

Mickey's of Hollywood

Mickey’s of Hollywood

I think the only thing I love more than night photography is shooting into the sun. I always love the flaring and the warm colors when doing so. Some nicer cloud cover here would have been nice but the flare more than makes up for...

Fountains of France

Fountains of France

This is seemingly the go to shot in the France pavilion but oddly enough I don't think I've ever posted this shot. Well consider it rectified.I found when editing this shot it's definitely a fine line on how exposed you want the fountain to be....

Rockin' Rollercar

Rockin’ Rollercar

I haven't done a lot of pics of the outside of Rockin' Rollercoaster but when I do I always have to flip it.They made it to look cool when viewed upside down and I feel like it looks even wilder right side up but technically...

Si Señor

Si Señor

Here's a nice wide look at the Mexico Pavilion. I wanted to include the sign so I went for this off angle and used the rails to hopefully lead your eye up to the temple. I actually think this is one of the more difficult...