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I love my walks through the Magic Kingdom. This last Sunday was extra nice. The winter holiday crowds were out in force, but that only makes people watching better. The weather was just on the chilly side of perfect, which … Continue reading
Andrew Franz took a trip to the happiest place on Earth recently, and captured the beauty of Disneyland at night via Timelapse photography. Since the visit was around Christmas time there is that extra bit of magic too: Previously: Timelapse … Continue reading
Photographer Tom Bricker has nearly outdone himself with this one. It’s a fast paced time-lapse video of Disneyland and California Adventure all decorated for this year’s Christmas events. Keep in mind he didn’t have any special access or help from … Continue reading
Continuing our stroll through Walt Disney World… Part one had a bunch of Fantasyland Expansion photos, let’s start with a few more: A lot of rock work is still underway, but those trees you see in the foreground are newly … Continue reading