A few photos, and fewer words (except for a program reminder to feel free to click on any individual photograph if you'd like shutter/aperture information, notes, or captions, regarding any photograph you're interested in):
A monorail came to a dead stop when it saw this duck just sitting (sitting duck?) on the track: It honked and honked (the monorail, that is), until finally the duck flew off. I guess it didn't want to take a chance and shower guests below with feathers:
Anyway, speaking of transportation, the Disneyland Railroad's Primeval world diorama:
Speaking of trains, the Casey Junior Circus Train:
I finally saw Britt Dietz in the park! Britt is a professional photographer, who photographs Disneyland Entertainment Cast Members, and even has a website dedicated to his photos, at www.disneycastmagic.com. Castmembers all seem to know him, and some of us (okay, just me) try to learn from his photos and imitate them. Check it out.
And yeah, both him and I shoot with a Canon body and Canon lenses, but that big lens you see cost more than your personal computer. I have serious lens envy.
Anyway, continuing the free association, and speaking of entertainment castmembers, check out the parade of dreams!
There was something missing from this parade, however ... oh yeah, an entire float! The ENTIRE LION KING float, and all associated castmembers, dancers, etc., were gone from the parade. Even the aerialist birds were not there, since they had nothing to hang from.
Anyway, speaking of birds (see, I am trying to tie this together!), I present the Tiki Room!
I wonder what, uh, force, holds them to their perch? Speaking of, uh, the force, check out the jedi training academy photos!
Some beautiful spring flowers in the park:
And great colors on the castle as the sun was setting:
My son had a blast on the Disneyland Carrousel. What gives? He used to hate that ride and acted bored to death! Ah, who can explain the fickle tastes of a two year old:
For all the Disneyland Photos from April, 2007 to date, my album is available here: