Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Thunder Mountain Falls

The magic of photography is how they can take something in everyday view and present it in a different, wildly evocative context.  Take these waterfalls to the side of Big Thunder Mountain.  Normally, this is a somewhat dimly lit area, and guests crossing the bridge on their way between Frontierland and Fantasyland typically pay the falls little attention during the evening hours. But increase the exposure time, and suddenly, cool violet hues and warm yellows are captured, turning this scene into a dreamlike sense of wonder.  Pretty neat what a trick of the light can do!

An long exposure of the waterfalls next to the bridge by Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.

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