Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Buttes of Big Thunder II

Disneyland is full of a variety of pretty perspectives.  Many are obvious--open panoramas with iconic scenery and beautiful theming.  Others are more fleeting--a window here or a frame there, and it's gone if you move just a bit.  And then there are the angles that are only possible while riding other attractions.  For a photographer, it's these more unique views that I search for when I'm at the parks, especially given my exhaustion of the typical money shots. 

That's why I find a snapshot like this picture of Big Thunder Mountain sort of intriguing.  It feels like a glance from a moment, and there's a bit of a uniqueness in this. 

Or maybe I'm just overthinking it.

A glimpse of the buttes of Big Thunder, as seen from the Mark Twain traversing the Rivers of America.

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