That Glimpse of New Orleans
In the ever increasing desire to capture shots of Disneyland that I haven't seen others post, I've turned more and more to my Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens to compress depth of field and grab focused crops. In this case, I wanted to capture the romantic riverfront of New Orleans Square in my minds eye--as more of a two dimension element with layers of facades. I found a nice little niche across from Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, behind the Mark Twain, where I could shoot across the water and just through the trees to catch the right angle. The resulting photo, below, is just one of those that reminds me of the essence of Disneyland--plenty of people walking through a land that was one man's dream.
|Gazing upon New Orleans Square from Frontierland, across the Rivers of America.|