Re-visiting the Wild Africa Trek in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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For those of you planning your next trip to Walt Disney World and are looking for a new adventure during your visit. May I suggest the Wild Africa Trek tour at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. If you enjoy photography, check out the links below this photo of a Reticulated Giraffe I was able to photograph from … Continue reading "Re-visiting the Wild Africa Trek in Disney’s Animal Kingdom"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Giraffe

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Did you know that the first animals in Animal Kingdom arrived in the Summer of 1996. They were two young giraffe named Miles and Zari. — Reticulated giraffe will have a pattern of large spots, similar in shape, with little “background” color shown so that you might wonder if the giraffe is all brown. Other … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Giraffe"
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Disney Pic of the Week: Giraffe

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My daughter’s friend came with us to Walt Disney World about fifteen years ago. She brought with her a disposal camera with thirty-six film exposures. I was told she loved giraffes and I made sure we did an early excursion on the Kilimanjaro Safari in Disney’s Animal Kingdom the first day of our visit. Well, … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: Giraffe"
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Disney Social Media Cover Photos

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I am still an old photographer when it comes to the new age of Social Media. I often forget when I am photographing at Walt Disney World or some other fun destination to take pictures with the various cover images in mind. On my last trip, I made it a point to find locations or … Continue reading "Disney Social Media Cover Photos"
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Staying at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

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As you enter Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge, the high ceiling of the lobby is a feast for your eyes. The Earth tones of the wood and decor instantly sooth your being. You see the three story tall windows which look out over Arusha Rock and African savanna beyond. You will even spy a "rope" bridge crossing high overhead.
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