While everyone was complaining about the rain during the afternoon, I was very excited at the possibility of nighttime puddle photography. Unfortunately, many of the nicer puddles dried up but there were still some for
When you have so many different photos of the same thing, like Spaceship Earth, the hardest part of the whole process becomes simply coming up with a name for the photo you haven't used before.
This shot of Spaceship Earth and the Fountain of nations is a popular one and one I've done myself as well. The rain really helps take it to another level though I feel. The wet
When it started raining the main shot I was really thinking of and hoping for was a full reflection shot of Spaceship Earth. Therefore I was very happy when I found several puddles in front
This shot of the China Pavilion is an alternate shot I took from the one posted previously where I was laying down with my camera in the large puddle you can see on the right
Spaceship Earth is another one of the major Walt Disney World icons that no matter how many times I photograph it I just keep going back for more. In fact, I think Spaceship Earth offers
I haven't done a Monorail Monday post in quite some time so I figured it was time for another one. This was one of the last shots I took the night of the epic downpour
I often hear people complaining when it rains at Disney World or hoping it won't rain during their vacation. Perhaps I am the only one who goes to Disney World and actually hopes for rain.
After a great sunset in Magic Kingdom the day before I was hoping for similar results my next day in Epcot. I decided to start shooting from in from of Spaceship Earth as the sun
I have taken a lot of photos of the China pavilion and the Temple of Heaven over the years. Still, this is probably my favorite. This particular day had been a big bust photographically thanks