Disney Pic of the Week: 2000s

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Picture This! Photoblogger Scott on the Wild Africa Trek in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.Copyright Disney 2011. Used by permission. I am cheating a bit here as the Wild Africa Trek started in 2010 and I did not do it until early 2011 but…Disney’s Animal Kingdom is our 2000s decade park so I am going with it. … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week: 2000s"
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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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Be A Conservation Hero

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You didn’t know that you were a hero? Most people don’t . . . but when you buy those conservation buttons, when you press those pennies or when you toss coins in a Disney fountain you are making a donation to the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund. And your contribution is bigger than you think it is! I’ll explain how it all works.
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Maharajah Jungle Trek Photo Tips

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Komodo Dragon on the Maharajah Jungle Trek The Maharajah Jungle Trek is a walking trail featuring the beautiful and powerful Asian Tigers. Unlike the Kilimanjaro Safari (see link below), you can take your time viewing the animals. At least until those with you bug you to move on. You will need a camera that can … Continue reading "Maharajah Jungle Trek Photo Tips"
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Photographic Innoventions: Kilimanjaro Safari Photo Tips

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I was reading about some photographers who came back from an African safari the other day. They listed the equipment they used the most. Cameras costing thousands of dollars, lenses in the 500 to 600mm range which cost, you guessed it, thousands more. It got me to thinking about how wonderful the Kilimanjaro Safari is … Continue reading "Photographic Innoventions: Kilimanjaro Safari Photo Tips"
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