Parisian Portrait Phantasms
It's a shot that requires a significant amount of patience and intentional timing to ride at the very end of the evening. And that might be easily enough accomplished for a season passholder who can come at their own leisure, but for a traveller, it's either an incredibly intentional plan or very fortuitous timing. I can't remember which this was for me, but I think it's pretty cool that I was able to be at Disneyland Paris' Phantom Manor a decade ago during closing and able to capture this completely empty photo of the portrait hallway that guests emerge into after taking a ride in the stretching. From here, around the corner, it's onto the ride itself. And usually, this area is full of guests waiting for their turn. But at the end of the evening... well, there's no one but perhaps Master Ravenswood himself to keep one company!
|The portrait hallway in Disneyland Paris' Phantom Manor.