I will never claim to have the photography skills of Tom and Sarah Bricker from the Disney Tourist Blog, but I wanted to share the random cell phone images that I captured during the 40th Anniversary weekend. Here is the first set of images.
Thursday Evening: Disney’s Hollywood Studios
|A dusty tome from our first (of many) trips to the Twilight Zone. I think we rode it 5-6 times.
|Star Tours: The Adventure Continues was fun. And I was the rebel spy on my very first ride!
|Yeah, these were adorable.
Friday: Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom and Epcot.
|We visited three parks on Friday. It was morning Extra Magic Hour at Animal Kingdom. We did Everest 5 times before park opening.
|I assume that Rafiki is checking to see if Simba’s diaper if ready for changing.
|Obviously, it was too early in the morning to be having this much fun. Anyone guess the character on my shirt? (Back row: hubble and forehead. Front row: Montezuma and Sitsdown.)
|At the Magic Kingdom in the mid-afternoon. Just an image from a shop.
|Another detail shot.
|This pair of fountains was amazing. Loved the tile and the colors.
|Adventureland is my favorite place in the parks. Beside the Haunted Mansion, that is.
|We made it to Epcot. Our first stop was the restrooms. Took a moment to snap the ubiquitous Spaceship Earth photo.
|Wow. Michael Crawford from Progress City, USA was right: school bread from Norway is AMAZING!
|Just a quick photo. The fall skies in Orlando are breathtaking.
|TOTORO! Who wouldn’t want a Totoro hand towel?
|We didn’t do this. If it wasn’t a thrill ride, we kept on walking. I couldn’t help but laugh at the absurdity of this sign.
|At first, it was just a picture of my beer. Then I noticed the reflection.
|Hmmm. Not a good composition.
|A little better. At least you can tell that I was at Epcot.
|Much better! Wait a minute. Why am I taking photos of my beer when I should be drinking it?
|I must get a copy of this book!
|Some Saki at Teppen Edo.
|I started off with the kid’s chopsticks but quickly realized that I would starve if I didn’t switch to a fork.
|Mai, our chef. She wasn’t as blurry in real life. That must have been the Saki.
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