On this week in Disney History, “Brave” debuted in theaters, introducing us to the bold, strong Princess Merida.
In the film, Merida, daughter to King Fergus and Queen Elinor, is determined to shape her own future. In doing so, Merida’s actions unleash chaos among the Scottish Lords, and accidentally unleashes a dangerous curse. In the end, Merida must discover the true meaning of bravery to save her family before it’s too late.
Thanks to Photographer Ryan Wender for these great shots.
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This week’s morning shot was taken at the iconic Spaceship Earth attraction at Epcot. Who’s ready for a trip back in time to “the dawn of recorded history”?
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Star Tours: The Adventures Continue is a guest favorite at the Disneyland Resort, and of course one of mine too. Not only do I like riding the attraction, I also think the exterior of the building is a great subject to photograph. I like the photos for their unique perspective and futuristic appeal.
Tonight’s Disney Parks After Dark image was snapped at the Canada Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase.
The colorful Florida sky sure makes the pavilion even more beautiful, doesn’t it? Which pavilion is your favorite to visit after the sun goes down?
Good morning from the kids’ water-play area near the Beach Pool at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
Looks like an ideal place for an early morning splash. Have your little ones enjoyed this space?
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Looks like the perfect night for a voyage on the Jungle Cruise: Wildlife Expeditions at Tokyo Disneyland.
At this attraction, Jungle Cruise Skippers tour guests through the natural habitats of elephants, crocodiles, lions, and other wildlife. The attraction also offers even more thrilling nighttime voyages.
Today, June 1, is the anniversary of the opening of Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park – so it’s only fitting that today’s sunrise shot was snapped at the park.
Looks like the perfect morning for a cool glide around Castaway Creek, doesn’t it?
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I have to say, I have the most tempting job in the world, being constantly bombarded with breathtaking images taken on Adventures by Disney vacations around the globe. How can I resist the urge to hop on a plane to each and every destination I see? They all look too amazing for words.
Case in point, this incredible “after dark” shot from the Adventures by Disney Wyoming trip. Geyser steam rises, meeting the chill in the April air. And this photo beckons me to come explore this beautiful landscape more.
But tomorrow I’ll see another photo. Perhaps of Greece or Laos and I’ll be drawn to those images as well. It’s a sweet torture to imagine all the places I could be right now.
Time to scroll through the Adventures by Disney website and pick out my next adventure!
Anyone who has strolled through Fantasyland at Disneyland park knows the familiar double-honk from the Disneyland Monorail as it begins to make its way around the Matterhorn. Its course takes it past some of our classic attractions, and thanks to some clever maneuvering, Disneyland Chief Photographer Paul Hiffmeyer was able to catch these shots of the Disneyland Monorail as it passed “it’s a small world” and Alice in Wonderland.
Which Disneyland Resort attractions are your favorite to spy from aboard the Disneyland Monorail?
Have you ever noticed the ceiling inside The Land pavilion at Epcot? Next time you’re rushing to Soarin’, waiting to take a trip through Living With The Land, or grabbing a bite to eat at Garden Grill or Sunshine Seasons, be sure to check it out. The ceiling is festooned with four balloons that each represent one of the earth’s seasons.
Each balloon, winter, spring, summer and fall are decorated differently – and the real morning sun shining through makes a lovely accent!
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