Both my prior Disney Cruise experiences involved short trips to Castaway Cay and back as part of the media preview for the Disney Fantasy and the Disney Dream. I hardly slept. My feeling was that as long as there was something new to do on… Read More »Disney Cruise Line – A trip aboard the Dream through the Tilt-Shift Lens
Pogo, the stage name of music producer Nick Bertke, is back with a new Disney Pogoism. The artist blends voices and songs from Disney films and slyly cuts and remixes them to make a new song. This new one is called “The Trouble” and it… Read More »Pogo returns with catchy new Disney Remix Video – The Trouble
Downtown Disney is in the middle of a transformation that will see it change its name to Disney Springs and add additional dining and shopping options. The first major new area to open will be “The Landing” in 2015, but there is construction going on… Read More »Downtown Disney to Disney Springs July 2014 Construction Update
I love a good time-lapse video. Add in the fun factor of tilt-shift perspective and you have a unique must-see video. Here’s a short look at one complete day at Tokyo Disneyland through that very lens: For someone whose familiar with Disneyland and Walt Disney… Read More »A Day At Tokyo Disneyland Time-Lapse Tilt-Shift Video
Time-Lapse video brings Olaf sand sculpture to life, park of Disney’s Hollywood Studios Frozen Summer Fun
I grew up in Oregon where the Cannon Beach Sand Castle contest was a yearly must do. It takes considerable skill, patience, and artistry to pull off the perfect sand sculpture, then when you add in the vagaries of central Florida weather, you really take… Read More »Time-Lapse video brings Olaf sand sculpture to life, park of Disney’s Hollywood Studios Frozen Summer Fun
Since it’s been awhile since the Plaza redo was announced, I thought I’d start the video off with a look at the concept art Disney released. Unlike other videos of the project, this time there’s more than just some dirt that’s been pushed around. The Adventureland side of the hub has actual construction with what looks like a concrete footing having been laid for what will eventually support the parade and fireworks viewing garden.
Also interesting to note that there is now an earthen dam holding the water back on the Tomorrowland side instead of the giant black rubber inflatable dam that never really succeeded in holding back the water. This version is a little better at it’s job.
Update: Sadly, Disney has restricted the video on youtube by setting it private. I hope they make it public again soon. In the meantime. Check out these other “Let it Go” covers we’ve posted on The Disney Blog Magic Kingdom Ragtime Pianist Jimmy Fallon and… Read More »Downtown Disney musicians impromptu, soulful video of “Let it Go” from Disney’s Frozen
In 1984 the world was quite different. The cold war had yet to enter its death throes, the Bell System that controlled the nation’s telecommunication system, was broken up into the baby bells, the first Apple Computer went on sale, and Bob Geldorf recorded “Do… Read More »Time Travel: Walt Disney World in 1984 (VIDEO)