The striated Florida clouds seemed to streak across the sky every evening we were there. It was hard for me to drink in all the great photography opportunities there… just too much for the senses! Needless to say, no one got to go on any rides during the sunset hour as I had them all goose-stepping around the park to get good locations that I had secretly been scouting the whole day!
I thought this was a perfect little stage, beautifully lit in the evening. This was shot on the night of the Pirates and Princesses Party at Disneyworld, where all the kids would come dressed as one or the other. This is a little area where the little girls come to listen to stories read by Cinderella and Snow White…
Yesterday’s shot was a bit macabre (but cool!), so here is something a bit lighter for the weekend.
Whenever the sun starts to set at Disney, everyone rushes for the castle to watch a special show preceding the fireworks.
This hotel is great.Â We have a room that overlooks the Savannah and we can see giraffes, zebras, and about a dozen other exotic animals frolicking about.Â Thank goodness I brought the 200mm lens… although this one was taken with the 10mm Sigma.
Last night we had the Pirates and Princesses party.Â I was trying to figure out why so many adults were standing in line to get autographs from a Disney actor that was pretending to be Jack Sparrow, another actor.Â Mass hysteria, I say!
I’m here with the family in Disneyworld for a few days. I hear a lot of, "Dad comon we gotta get a FastPass," and "Dad comon didn’t you take pictures last year?" But the clouds are different. THE CLOUDS ARE DIFFERENT! 🙂