Disney Pics of the Week – Resorts

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This week Lisa, Scott and I will be sharing photos from the Disney resorts in our Pic of the Week series. Disney really does it right when it comes to creating beautiful and interesting resorts. Some are fun and whimsical, while others are just plain gorgeous. From the value resorts to the deluxe, there’s no … Continue reading "Disney Pics of the Week – Resorts"
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September Disney Calendar

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If you read my December 25, 2007 blog, you know that my holiday gift to you is that each month I will post a photo calendar page that you can print out and use at home or work during 2008. These flower baskets hang from the poles lining the pathway in front of Germany in … Continue reading "September Disney Calendar"
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Voted Off The Island

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It’s confession time. Confession I: I started writing this the day the news was released of the impending demise of Pleasure Island.It suddenly seemed like everyone was writing about it and new information was coming in from all directions. I went back and rewrote it. Then I rewrote it again…and again. Then, I put it … Continue reading "Voted Off The Island"
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Where in the World #46

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This was Challenge #45: And here’s the answer: Copyright © 2003 Barrie Brewer, Nikon E3100, 18-200VR, 1/470s shutter, f5.6 This lighthouse can be found at Disney’s Old Key West Resort. I took this photo from a boat that Sutree and I rented at Downtown Disney. Tooling around on the waterways near the resorts is a … Continue reading "Where in the World #46"
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Tower of Terror Garden Statue

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One of the creepy statues in the Tower of Terror gardens framed by American Sycamore trees.Nikon Coolpix 995, 1/125s, f/4.4, 200 ISO, 0 EV It is my opinion the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is the best themed attraction at Walt Disney World. A few years ago, and before Disney invented FastPass, I spent a … Continue reading "Tower of Terror Garden Statue"
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Backlighting

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Backlighting is light illuminating from behind the subject. This is very tough to correctly expose for and causes havoc with your camera’s light meter. If you are outdoors and the light source is the sun, the best way to meter for backlighting is to point your camera to one side of the sun or the … Continue reading "Backlighting"
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The Lost Expedition – Expedition Everest

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Copyright © 2007 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D50, 18-200VR, 1/20s shutter, f3.8, 800 ISO I think the best queue in all of Disney World has got to be the Expedition Everest queue at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. I could spend hours in that line just looking at all the amazingly cool stuff! Of course, that doesn’t keep … Continue reading "The Lost Expedition – Expedition Everest"
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The Beauty of China – Epcot

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One of my favorite places in the World Show Case at Epcot is China. I love the details, the art of the entire country. The colors are so rich in the buildings and the landscaping. Not to mention the food is also great, it is going to be wonderful when Nine Dragons opens again. And … Continue reading "The Beauty of China – Epcot"
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Marathon Training

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Marathon Training Okay, July 4th has come and gone. For those of you who are training for either your first Walt Disney World full or half-marathon”¦how are you doing? You should be in full swing training by now. Hopefully by now you are somewhere in the 3-5 mile range and are at a comfortable pace. … Continue reading "Marathon Training"
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MouseFest Photowalk Invitation

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Have you heard of photowalking yet? Photowalks are a great way to spend time with other photography enthusiasts, get a little fresh air, exercise, and have some fun taking pictures. Technically, photowalking is defined as “the act of walking [or wheeling] with a camera for the main purpose of taking pictures of things that the … Continue reading "MouseFest Photowalk Invitation"
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