I recently read a funny thing on Boing Boing where a another guy had visited Disney World and had a similar experience to me.Â When you go there with your kids for the first time, you discover some secret area of your brain that Disney had been pre-wiring for the past thirty years that suddenly got a shock as soon as I entered the park, releasing an otherworldly flow of endorphins.
I think I like the reflections in the water best in this one.
This night was a special night for sure because Ethan lost his first tooth.Â It was alsoÂ his first time ever at Disney World and the first time to see the fireworks, so it was sort of a perfect storm of magic.
He was very nervous about me pulling out the tooth, so five minutes before the show, I told him the magic of Disney would help me with the extraction.Â We both have a bit of wizard in us, anyway, he responded.Â I pulled it out and he was shocked… then just sat in awe to watch the fireworks while his dad fired away with the camera.
I took a lot of great shots of the fireworks show.Â It was tough to pick a favorite… but this one was right up there.Â I hope you enjoy it.
You can’t go wrong with Disney’s main street at night, can you? It’s okay to forgo the extra calories with all that walking… at least that what I kept telling myself.
Here is the Hollywood Tower Hotel thing in Disney World.Â We waited, of course, until midnight to actually go on the ride.Â It was great fun and the coolest thing about it is the ride is different whenever you get on it.Â There is a randomizer that goes through one of a few set programs that changes the way the elevator flies up and down the hotel.Â It’s really crazy.Â Also, I recommend NOT carrying a tripod on the ride.Â That was a mistake.