This is a great spot in the Golden State area at California Adventure. It’s so dynamic with the textures of stone, wood, grass, and the way water carries rafts of soaked passengers through, beneath the trees and a grizzly peak. They even have those binocular stands set up to take in the view. I prefer looking through the viewfinder of my camera.
This is one of my favorite spots at the Disneyland Resort. I could spend hours here, taking it all in. I love watching Mickey’s Fun Wheel make its rotations and Screamin’ race its way through its circuit. Screams and laughter fill the air as people tour the midway and experience what the Pier has to offer. No wonder they call it Paradise.
It’s not very easy dancing with a tripod but I couldn’t help it. ElecTRONica is definitely a lot of fun and I have to admit that I much prefer it to Glow Fest. Flynn’s Arcade is amazing and the way Disney went all out to theme this party is awesome. It’s definitely a multifaceted experience that is well worth the time.
I love all the rustic charm of this ride and of the Golden State area at Disney California Adventure. It truly epitomizes the beauty and feeling of California mountain climates. But Grizzly River Run is one of those rides that finds itself rather lonely with the coming of cold weather. I took this picture back when the days were long, the sun was hot and getting wet seemed a good idea to cool off. With Fall making its way towards Winter, the idea of getting wet is far less appealing and the touches of snow on the looming Grizzly Peak are all the more convincing.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror dominates the skyline of the Disneyland Resort. Night or day it coerces attention, but night is when it really shines. With its black light glow and flickering Hollywood Tower Hotel sign, it conspicuously forebodes a disquieting fifth dimension experience. The evening I took this picture, ghostly clouds gathered in the subsequent sky. It was perfect. This is one of the many pictures I took. I invite you, if you dare, to step aboard.
I love Disney’s attention to detail. Not only do they give us large scale theming like the grand Grizzly Peak, with it’s waterfalls and rapids, they give us weathered off-road vehicles with bumper stickers!