Today marks 6 years for TDD. In that time, I’ve taken hundreds (and hundreds) of pictures all around Grizzly River Run. It’s ironic, really, considering it’s an attraction I’ve never been on.CONTINUE READING
The Grizzly Peak area remains one of my favorite in the whole of the Disneyland Resort. I’m really looking forward to seeing how the re-themed Condor Flats will transition in. It’s a logical move. Condor Flats has felt a little awkward since the DCA 2.0 launched, lost somewhere in an ambiguously defined time period for the park.CONTINUE READING
Morning is the best. It brings possibility and promise. Yesterday is gone. It’s no more than a story now. Everything is fresh. Everything is still as though the world were holding its breath to see what you’ll do today.
The way that the Grizzly River Rapids fill up with mist at night is incredible. Instantly you are transported to some remote mountain location where hot springs abound. The best part about it is the mystery. Shapes and figures can become whatever your imagination allows.
Of the hundreds of photos I’ve taken of Grizzly River Run, this day, with it’s billowing clouds, had to be the best.
Grizzly Peak is kind of like the Sleeping Beauty Castle of California Adventure for me. It’s that iconic piece of the magic puzzle that you always find yourself drawn to and that you can immediately identify and associate with Disney. It doesn’t matter what time of day or night it is either. There is always something majestic about it. When we first started taking pictures around the Disneyland Resort for this crazy idea we had for a web site dedicated to Disney pictures, Grizzly Peak is what I tried to capture the most. I have probably racked up well over a thousand images of this man made mountain since. This was one of the first.