Discussion in 'Epcot Photos' started by ddindy, Dec 27, 2014.
Noticed it last week.
My dad mentioned this when I told him about the upcoming new china circlevision movie... he would have been there this past December. Guess I need to make a point of going to every attraction on every trip since I'll never know when it will be a "last ride"situation...
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To get us back on track, here's the only photo I have of the now extinct Tomb Warriors:
This photo was taken a couple of years ago just after park closing as I was making my way out of the park. I don't think that I have posted this before.
Love it. Well done.
Yep - they've been gone since at least December 2016...they've had the Shanghai Disney display there on my last 4 trips.
A shot from June - walking around in the rain - which though not the greatest for photography, does cut the crowds way down:
Hey Bill - that perspective looks VERY familiar!:
Here's one of the gate in late afternoon. It was a little busier then.
Epcot's Paifang Gate by Scott Thomas, on Flickr
Like @zackiedawg, I am going through past trips which I have not finished yet! This was from March of 2016. First trip with the Nikon 16-35VR lens.
Working on enlarging the uploaded size on some older shots in my gallery to get them up to 1400 pixels on the long side so they're not so thumbnail-sized on today's monitors...this shot from 2010 I never bothered to try to correct a bit of the distortion from shooting an ultrawide lens at a slight angle. It didn't really bother me then, but did now, so I decided to not just update the posted size, but also do a little perspective correction too:
I have a bad feeling about this.
Hey Guys, Watch This!
And here I was looking for the Star Wars reference
Seems the China exhibit was being used as a film set on this day:
Mom! Phineas and Ferb are at it again.
Aren't you glad you don't have to paint the trim on this house?
Didn't bring a tripod with me for the last trip a few weeks ago, so all handheld, but the cool and cloudy night made for an interesting sky for a night shot:
Buddha in a China Shop by Scott Thomas, on Flickr
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