Went out to watch the first departure of the Disney Wonder out of the Port of New Orleans on 2/7/20. Can't wait to get on the ship in a couple of weeks! We'll have a podcast episode to recap the trip.
Interview with the one and only Sean Spansel! We discuss his interest in Disney, photography, and his advice to other photographers.
With Halloween coming up, I wanted to share this photo I took that I use as wallpaper on my computer at this time of year. I took this image in 2006, when the Haunted Mansion plaque was on the left column and could get this shot. Now, there's a warning/advisory sign on that column. I... Continue Reading →
The photos from our trip to Walt Disney World a couple of weeks ago are now posted on Flickr. We had a great time, and hopefully you'll enjoy the photos. I'm looking forward to discussing the trip during our next podcast episode. Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day... Continue Reading →
Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show ran from May 5, 2005 and ended its run on April 2, 2016. My family only watched the show one time in 2014, and it was entertaining. I think I kinda resented LMA for the longest time because to make room for it, Residential Street was demolished, and I... Continue Reading →
I thought I would post more recent photos from a now-extinct attraction. These two shots are from what turned out to be our final ride on the Backstage Studio Tour during our June, 2014 trip and are from the Catastrophe Canyon section of the ride. I am thrilled that my children got to ride it... Continue Reading →
This is one of the grand Tomorrowland entrance spires in 1987. Oh, how I miss the Tomorrowland of pre-1994...
All this news about the start of Disneyland's 60th anniversary celebration this weekend made me dig through my photos, and I found this one of Epcot during Walt Disney World's 15th Anniversary Celebration. This was taken in June 1987 during our family trip.
The Lights of Winter are no longer part of Epcot's Christmas celebration, which is a shame. They were wonderful to watch and walk through, with the Christmas Tree at the end. I took this photo on Thanksgiving Day, 2006.
Here's a picture of the Haunted Mansion from 2006 that I processed through Photomatix. I'm getting in the Halloween spirit.