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Vertical Splash Down

Vertical Splash Down

Getting a shot of Disneyland Splash Mountain from the front facing angle is much more difficult than at Walt Disney World. I wandered around here quite a while trying to find some good spots to shoot from and trying to figure out how to shoot...

Mr. Toad Off the Rails

Mr. Toad Off the Rails

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride is the ride I most anticipated riding during my visit to Disneyland. While that may seem odd I have many memories of riding it as a young kid. It did not disappoint. I LOVE the old school dark rides and the...

Yosemite Glacier Point Sunset

Yosemite Glacier Point Sunset

Let’s get right down to it. Yosemite is the most beautiful place I’ve ever seen in my life. Its scale and grandeur cannot be captured in a photo. I’ve viewed thousands of photos of it prior to my visit and none of that prepared me...

Carousel Fit for a King

Carrousel Fit for a King

On this trip I took this shot on 2 different occasions. The first time I did it when the park hadn’t closed yet as I wanted to get the carousel spinning. I figured I would not be able to get it people free and spinning...

West Coast Partners

With all the unfamiliarity I experienced at Disneyland, being in the hub and shooting Partners I felt right at home. In fact, it really made me miss when Walt Disney World still had trees in the hub and when it was more compact. I understand...