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.
I spent a lot of time outside of bathrooms wandering around with my camera. I ended up on this not-oft-visited side of the Disney Castle.Â I wonder if they have secret rooms at the top of the castle with high-speed internet.Â If I ran Disney, I would put my most creative people in the top of those spires in cool little offices and equip them with crossbows and burning pitch just in case.
This is the Twilight Zone ride – the Hollywood Tower of Terror at MGM Studios at Disney World.Â The ride was great and got a big thumbs up from us.Â The coolest thing, as always with Disney rides, is the decor, the costumes, the lighting, and the art direction embedded in the “Line Experience”.Â This is also one of the first rides I know of that has a “randomizer” so that the experience is different and you never know what you are gonna get.