The Way to Tomorrowland
As beautiful as the Disney parks are, there gets to be a point of photographing them where the same, highly photogenic views have been cataloged, and there needs to be something different about a shot to make it interesting. That's where changing things up adds some liveliness. Get a different perspective from above, or crouch down low, or get a literally skewed angle. Or mix and match, like this photo below. In this case, the leading lines of the railroad track curve toward the secondary "weenie" of the Astro Orbiter, drawing one's eyes across the scene. It's also a luminous, peaceful environment, which adds to the nighttime magic. That's the beauty of Disney and of photography, really. Even when something is the same, it doesn't have to be!
|Fun with curvy leading lines.|
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