Enchantment at an Angle
I've written about this before, but I think the Shanghai Disneyland castle--named the Enchanted Storybook Castle--is much better looking in person than in photos. A lot of this has to due with the richer dimensionality and details of the castle that one can only observe when walking around the structure, perceiving it dynamically as perspectives change and different overlaps reveal themselves. The castle also seems a lot less blocky when viewed at a slant versus looked at straight on, with a cascade of architectural elements enrichening the castle's numerous facades. The shot below may not be the castle moneyshot, but it certainly makes the heart of the park look more complex and faceted!
|The Enchanted Storybook Castle seems to have more dimension when viewed partially from the side instead of head on.|