I’ve had the privilege of experiencing the magic and beauty of Walt Disney World Resort for 35 years, usually with camera in hand. Granted, I have also had extraordinary access to areas not usually visited by our guests.
Five years ago, I spent an afternoon at the Walt Disney World Horticulture compound, commonly referred to as the “tree farm”, wandering through the topiary construction area. Millions of our guests have admired the finished pieces inside our parks, but few have seen them before or after their days “onstage”. I love “getting lost” there when I can …
This image is one of a series I made noting the ultimate whimsy in truly inanimate objects. Each time I look at it, I find something new I had not noticed before. The original transparency was made using a Fuji 680 medium format camera, and then converted to black and white.
From time to time you can expect to see some of my work here on the Disney Parks Blog. Let me know what you think.