Back in April I saw my first, prepare yourself, Mickey’s Jammin’ Jungle Parade. We set up with a drink and a Kusafiri treat in front of the Dawa Bar and I shot all on black and white 120 film on my Holga.
Today’s photo remains on Sunset Boulevard but it has a different approach to it. I spent a lot of time in the spring at Disney playing with my new Holga camera. Most people think it looks like a toy due to its plastic body, but its plastic body and filters allow for the types of …View full post
It’s been awhile but we’re back! So sorry about the hiatus. Over the next few posts we are going to take a look at The Studios from a different photo perspective; one that better suits it: black & white film. We begin of course with the great, looming Hollywood Tower Hotel.View full post
In Epcot’s Germany pavilion, look up and you will see the statute of St. George as he slays a dragon with his magical sword, Ascalon. Legend says that St. George, the patron saint of soldiers, slayed this dragon to save the king’s daughter. Many German villages have this statue as a means of protection.View full post
Liberty Square in the Magic Kingdom hearkens back to tell many tales in our country’s story through architecture. The over 100 year old oak Liberty Tree that stands in Liberty Square was a rallying point during pre-revolutionary activities. The space underneath its branches was known as “Liberty Hall” and a flag pole was placed in the middle …View full post
Pick a horse, any horse! Take a ride on Prince Charming’s Regal Carrousel right at park opening and you will have it almost all to yourself, unless some crazy characters decide to take a ride, too. On this particular morning we rode with Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella.View full post
What better place to start our new year than in the American Adventure: I may have invented these bifocals I’m wearing, but I can assure they are not rose-colored. Mr. Twain, the golden age never was the present age, but with human liberty we can fulfill the promise and meaning of America. To everyone a …View full post
Today’s photo remains on Sunset Boulevard but it has a different approach to it. I spent a lot of time in the spring at Disney playing with my new Holga camera. Most people think it looks like a toy due to its plastic body, but its plastic body and filters allow for the types of …