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Germanialand

Updated Dutch Tutorial

I forgot to mention the Dutch tutorial has been updated… And I think that Japanese and Hebrew are on the way soon too! :)

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Daily Photo – Germanialand

This is the German area of Epcot at DisneyWorld. I know it’s always a bit disappointing when I say this, isn’t it? I wish it was all real too… but, it is close-enough to real, so that’s not so bad. It’s like getting a pretty good milkshake or an above-average massage. No one complains about these things. And I didn’t complain while here either… the architecture and feel was pretty cool… the food was good… no bitter-looking German tourists… a pretty good combo! :)

Disney Germany

Germanialand

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  • ISO400
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  • susan ratcliff

    beautiful!! Looks like what I think it would look – love the lighting – awesome!

  • Daniel

    Nice pic. And “no bitter-looking German tourists” … you made my day!

  • Casper van Zyl

    Well ! this is nice it reminds me of my youth. If you have the imagination and know children stories,this could be Hansel and Gretel
    in the ginger bread house in the fairy tale. Sorry folks !! love to read things into pictures. Well ! when I read the lines one could say the place was not over Krauted =(German) Or crowded for the new generation that don’t understand the old peoples lingo hehe!!

  • Kenneth Verburg

    The tutorial language is German, not Dutch, as that refers to the language spoken in The Netherlands and “SIE SPRECHEN DEUTSCH?” would translate to “Spreek je Nederlands?” :)

  • Kenneth Verburg

    The tutorial language is German, not Dutch, as that refers to the language spoken in The Netherlands and “SIE SPRECHEN DEUTSCH?” would translate to “Spreek je Nederlands?” :)

  • Sam De Gueldre

    Dutch = Nederlands (language spoken in the Netherlands and Belgium), German = deutsch (language spoken in Germany)!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/Doriesmom Gail Stayton Moshier

    Wow, what a colorful and beautiful photo, Trey!! Have a great weekend, all!!

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Oops sorry hehe – fixed that ! :)

  • http://www.orlandolocal.com William Beem

    I was there last weekend with a friend trying out my new 85mm f/1.4. Ran into Snow White and found some fresh caramel corn. That, and an excessively long line of people waiting to get beer.

  • EviZ.nl

    it still says “dutch” in the post-title….there is no dutch language in the translation…only deutsch and there is still no dutch tutorial but a deutsch tutorial only…..Deutsch is spoken is Germany (and in Austria and in some parts of Swiss and a very little part of Belgium). Dutch is spoken in the Netherlands (a.k.a. Holland) and the northern parts of Belgium……

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com/ Luke Lakatosh (SIC Support)

    Sorry for the confusion – it’s being worked on now, with the Japanese version incoming. The fact that German is at the top of the list is a coincidence. :) In the meantime, while I’m working on it, Dutch is here: http://www.stuckincustoms.com/hdr-handleiding/

  • EviZ.nl

    Í can see it now! Tnx! Succes with your works on it!

  • Dee

    wow…It looks almost real!!
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