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WDW in B&W – WBW18
Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World

I’m back home now. My Spring trip to WDW is over. I had a good time up until Wednesday night. I’m not sure if it was something I ate or a quick hit of something but I did not enjoy my last day. I spent the entire day curled up in my room. Finally around 6pm I ventured out to attempt to eat some solid food. That whole adventure is the reason I have been quiet on my blog for the last few days.

I had been posting pics from each of the parks as I explored them throughout the week. Wednesday was my Hollywood Studios day. The park is undergoing a major renovation with the addition of Star Wars and Pixar Place areas. When it is done it will definitely be a park to spend the day at. For now though I was able to get most of my rides in by noon. I grabbed a quick bite at the Brown Derby Lounge and then headed over to Epcot to explore more of the Flower & Garden Festival. My plan was to return at sunset to grab more images around the Studios. It worked out well, I had a great day.

Right around sunset the park moves a stage and video screens from in front of the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre replica. This building originally housed The Great Movie ride but is currently under renovations to a Mickey & Minnie ride. I was never a fan of the big Sorcerer’s hat placed in front of this theatre. I understood way it had to be there but I was happy to see it go. Once the “junk” in front was moved I raced over to grab a few images. I always think of old Hollywood when I see this building. I guess that is why I processed this one as B&W…

  

MLCreations Photography: WDW in B&W &emdash; Forgotten Icon

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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, M. Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8, 1/20s, 12mm, f/16, ISO 200

 

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