Traveling across the lake from the Fort Wilderness Campground to the Magic Kingdom I captured this image and thought that I would share it with you.
Early morning entrance to the Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Florida, made it possible for me to try out a new form of transportation on Main Street, USA when there weren’t so many customers. Well, they didn’t let me drive it for real, just sit in the driver’s seat and pretend.
This is a closer look at the Outpost area on the Star Wars Sign from yesterday. I found the coloring and detail so interesting that I wanted to provide viewers with the same impression I experienced view the original.
This sign appears in at least two places at Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World, Florida, around the construction area that is in the process of being updated. It is a differnt presentation than we used to see with the old Star Wars theme and I found it interesting.
This is a large Museum, mostly out of doors that has an extensive collection of train cars and engines. They even have three trolleys that operate on the tracks on the property providing visitors with a ride from the past.
Image captured with a Sony A6000 Camera, Tamron 18-200 mm f3.5-6.3 lens, focal length 38 mm, ISO 100, 1/500 sec at f/5.6, hand held.
It was a rainy day at Martin Dies JR State Park, Texas. when I captured this image of a lone fisherman on the bridge in the park. We were the only two in the day use area where the day before there had been many people walking about, canoeing, and fishing.
Image Captured with a Nikon CoolPix AW110, focal length 18 mm, ISO 160, 1/60 sec at f/4.6.