Reflections of the Mexico Pavilion


The wonderful thing about puddles everywhere is it presents you with the opportunity to shoot locations you've done previously in new and unique ways. This is an angle I likely would have never shot in

Reflections of the Mexico Pavilion 2016-10-27T08:58:17+00:00

Cinderella Castle’s Backside


Cinderella Castle, I've shot it so many times and so many different ways I've lost count but I still keep coming back for more. And now with the new ramps and turrets it'll help mix

Cinderella Castle’s Backside 2016-10-27T08:58:17+00:00

Japan Pavilion – Epcot


This was my first shot after the epic downpour during illuminations. The rain had subsided but was still drizzling. This prevented some unique shooting challenges for the night. I bracket my shots and often use

Japan Pavilion – Epcot 2016-10-27T08:58:18+00:00

Belle’s Quiet Village


It's great when the opening line of the first song of the movie just gives you the perfect title. Of course that lyric is "Little town It's a quiet village" and so I've named it

Belle’s Quiet Village 2016-10-27T08:58:18+00:00

Goofy Bokeh


When these little statues were in the hub, like the Goofy one here, I used to love trying out different angles shooting them to try and get interesting backgrounds. I especially love shooting them from

Goofy Bokeh 2016-04-20T16:17:35+00:00

Trip to the Lunching Pad


I've been shooting Walt Disney World for a couple years now to the point I feel I've covered a lot of the common angles for the various go to shots. One thing I tried to

Trip to the Lunching Pad 2016-10-27T08:58:18+00:00

Seabase Alpha


This is a shot I've actually wanted to get the past few trips and for one reason or another it just never worked out. On the trip previous to this one, on the day I

Seabase Alpha 2016-10-27T08:58:19+00:00