it’s a small world


This past week I spent in California for work. I know, it was a great sacrifice, but I did it for the good of the company. One of my suppliers was ready to ship an item and I needed to inspect it before I would OK the shipment.

I was out to this same supplier about a month ago for an in-process inspection. I felt I knew my way around the area (LA suburbs) and was ready for some adventure. At the last minute I found out my program manager was making the same trip but would only be there a couple of days. My plans had to be modified.  It all worked out.

By Wednesday I was on my own and decided it was time for me to visit Disneyland! I have never visited the original park built by Walt. I have ready plenty of books. I knew going in it was on a smaller scale compared to Walt Disney World. My only problem once I arrived… it was Grad Nite. The event was going to start at California Adventure at 10pm but ticket holders could visit either park all day. To say the park was crowded would be an understatement.

It didn’t matter! I was at Disneyland! There was no opportunities to ride any attractions. The wait times were pushing over an hour for most and almost two hours for the popular attractions. It didn’t matter! I walked around the park exploring every nook and cranny at least twice.

There will be pictures. A lot more pictures. Today is a picture of it’s a small world. The original. The one with the beautiful Mary Blair entrance. Once the sun set, the attraction was even better to look at…


MLCreations Photography: Blog Post Related &emdash; it's a small world

it’s a small world
Olympus OM-D E-M1, M. Zuiko 17mm f/1.8, 1/25s, f/2.8, ISO 1250