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Disney Pics of the Week – Reptiles and Amphibians

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A reptile is a cold-blooded vertebrate (an animal with a backbone) that lays eggs and has scales or plates on its skin. An amphibian is an animal that can live in both air and water. Amphibians can breathe air with their lungs and can absorb oxygen through their skin. It’s been a long time since … Continue reading "Disney Pics of the Week – Reptiles and Amphibians"
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Disney Cruisin’ – Day 1 and 2

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We’re not actually cruising yet, but we are at least in Florida, so we are that much closer! We left San Diego this morning at the very civilized hour of 9:30. We usually have crack of dawn flights which require us to get up at 4 a.m. – instead we got up at our usual … Continue reading "Disney Cruisin’ – Day 1 and 2"
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Walt Disney World Resort Offers Romantic Playground for Lovebirds on Valentine’s Day and Every Day

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – The storybook setting and amorous ambiance of Walt Disney World Resort has lovebirds flocking to the Vacation Kingdom for a romantic getaway. Moonlit strolls, luxurious spas and intimate dining make it feel like Valentine’s Day every day. And new for 2009: as part of Disney’s “What Will You Celebrate?” couples … Continue reading "Walt Disney World Resort Offers Romantic Playground for Lovebirds on Valentine’s Day and Every Day"
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Super Zoom on Safari

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In 1998, a wannabe wildlife photographer’s dream came true when Disney’s Animal Kingdom opened. I’ve always wanted to bring a super zoom telephoto lens to this park and I did just that during Mousefest 2008. There were three specific locations at Animal Kingdom I wanted to try my super zoom lens, Nikon’s 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6D ED … Continue reading "Super Zoom on Safari"
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How I Spent My MouseFest – An Epic Tale

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(Lisa clears her throat) How I Spent My MouseFest by Lisa K. Berton (Lisa looks around the room and sees Jack Marshall sticking out his tongue. She rolls her eyes and looks back down at her report.) Wednesday I packed up my car with my suitcase, a carry-on bag, and my camera bag and headed … Continue reading "How I Spent My MouseFest – An Epic Tale"
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Scott’s Disney Photography Top 10

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When Lisa first proposed doing an end of year Top 10 list on what each of us liked to photograph at a Disney resort, I was worried I could not come up with one. Turns out I could have done a few Top 10 lists but I’ll start with this one. To be honest, except … Continue reading "Scott’s Disney Photography Top 10"
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WDW Food and Wine Festival Week – Day 4

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Day 4 (I won’t be including all of the events of today because the major event is the Tower of Terror 13K, and that’s not until tonight – and I can guarantee I won’t be blogging about it right after I get back to the room – the stops will be shower and bed – … Continue reading "WDW Food and Wine Festival Week – Day 4"
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Walt Disney World Attractions We Take for Granted

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Yesterday I took you on an Epcot Film Festival Tour. Many of the films are ones that I (and I’m sure others) don’t watch very often. Ones we, take for granted. Today, I’ll expand that topic to include other attractions around Walt Disney World which we may take for granted. In the Magic Kingdom there … Continue reading "Walt Disney World Attractions We Take for Granted"
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Part I: How We Did Four Disney Parks in One Day

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I think it was just over a month ago that the idea of doing four parks in one day came up. It started out as an episode on the WDWTODAY podcast with me, Matt Hochberg, Len Testa, and Mike Newell tossing around ideas as to how we envisioned doing that kind of a challenge. Then … Continue reading "Part I: How We Did Four Disney Parks in One Day"
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A is for Aperture Control

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Aperture seems to work in reverse to common sense. Measured in f/stops, the smaller the f/stop, the larger the aperture or opening of the camera’s iris and the more light is allowed to hit the sensor. It also controls the Depth of Field or how much or how little the plane of focus is in … Continue reading "A is for Aperture Control"
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