It's darn near impossible to do a proper eye-level nighttime photo at Tokyo Disney in the middle of any plaza or walkway, because the parks prohibit tripods from being brought in, and most pathways don't have trash cans or railings that one can brace a camera against for a long exposure. But sometimes, a conveniently placed light pole does the trick, and such was the case on my most recent visit to Tokyo Disneyland a few years ago. On a slightly drizzly evening, I ran around trying to capture glowing pavement and extra reflections, and this castle shot ended up being the result of bracing my camera against a fixture that allowed me to capture... most of what I wanted. It's a luminous sight, at least!
|The backside of Tokyo's Cinderella Castle after closing.|
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