Anywhere and Everywhere, and all over... But seriously, in Disneyland, I never tire of using BTMRR and HM as areas for backdrops and experimentation. I also find it's a nice challenge to try to get indoor pictures without using flash. A 50 mm F1.4 helps with that, but some of the hand held times are pretty long, so some come out and some don't. Toontown is another area that is great for experimentation. Over in DCA, Paradise Pier is great for a creative picture backdrop (catching Screamin' leaving at a very slow shutter speed...) and also the HPB is fun to shoot as well.
I think number one would have to be the Castle, with all its angles, elevations, etc. But beyond that not sure how I would number 2-10 for all all the remaining photographic backdrop opportunities.
Train station platform of parade floats coimng down main street. There's something about the close together, hunched-down look of DL's Main Street and castle that make parade floats coming down the road look HUGE compared to similar entertainment in WDW.
Good morning, son
In twenty years from now
Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
And I can tell you 'bout today
And how I picked you up and everything changed
It was pain
Sunny days and rain
I knew you'd feel the same things...
For those of you black and white photo fans, New Orleans Square is THE best. I took some pics of different items and areas in and around the square and pics of tombstones and statues in and around Mansion. They came out looking so good I framed some and people who see them think I bought them at some art store.