The beauty of Walt Disney World is you can enjoy the parks and the resorts. Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has so much to offer from a romantic dining experience at Artist Point, fun (and I mean really fun) family dining at Whispering Canyon, details to discover in the spacious lobby and a surprise by following the flowing spring. The spring starts in the lobby and flows out to Silver Creek Falls. People can slide from the falls into the swimming pool. Make your way along the boardwalk path to the hot springs (jacuzzis), you will come across a sign informing you of Firerock Geyser. If you ask one of the Wilderness Lodge’s rangers, they will tell you the geyser erupts every half hour.
Firerock Geyser from the pathway at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 4000, EV 0, 28mm focal length.
Firerock Geyser shots water 120 feet (36.5 meters) into the air when it erupts.
Firerock Geyser erupting at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
Nikon D700/28-300VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 2200, EV 0, 28mm focal length.
Unlike the geyser’s out west, Disney Motor Cruisers were bringing guests to and fro on Bay Lake behind Firerock for unique photo opportunities.
Motor Cruiser behind Firerock Geyser at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
Nikon D700/28-200VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 4000, EV 0, 135mm focal length.
I processed these photos to look like the vacation photos I remember seeing from people who had visited Yellowstone National park as a kid. Brought back a little nostalgia remembering sitting through relative’s slideshows of their adventures in the western Untied States.