The Sword in the Backside of the Castle - Matthew Cooper Photography
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The Sword in the Backside of the Castle

The Sword in the Backside of the Castle

As I’ve mentioned countless times my favorite side of the castle is the backside so I always try to spend a decent amount of time photographing it from different angles. I noticed this trip that with the opening of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train the amount of time available to shoot behind the castle after closing has increased. The great thing is they won’t kick everyone out until the rides are cleared and since the Mine Train seemingly takes a while to clear through the remaining guests in queue at close. That said once it’s clear they are ready for you to move through the castle in a hurry. Trade offs I suppose.

Matthew Cooper