Morocco minaret and Tower of Terror during the day. Photo: ©2014 Mark Lepow
You have heard the rumor, that if you pay close attention in the area near the bridge to the Mexico pavilion at EPCOT, you could catch a glimpse of buildings from two different parks at Walt Disney World, to the point, Tower of Terror from the Hollywood Studios and Morocco’s minaret in EPCOT. It exists! Yes, a “perfect aligned view” is at most 10 adult paces wide, but here is a photo I captured on 11/20/14.
Moroccan lamp at EPCOT Photo ©2015 Mark Lepow
Came across this lamp at EPCOT’s Morocco Pavilion this past Saturday. I like how the light just dances along the glass beads.
What do you think, do you like it or not? Now for the hard part, share WHY you feel that way.
Photo: ©2015 Mark Lepow, www.lepowphoto.com
The next time you go out for a walk at night, in a well lit location of course, see what you can create with your phone’s camera. I enjoy seeing the new plants that are delivered to a Lowe’s by my house. Tonight I came across these purple, pink and white flowers. They smelled wonderful and helped make the next mile a tad bit easier. #flowers #lowes #walking #wintergarden
Yes, I enjoy exploring Walt Disney World, regardless if at one of the parks or resorts, I like to just walk around with my camera and create images. But, alas, Disney being Disney, means that not everything you think is real, is actually a living thing. Take this flower arrangement that I came across at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn‘s Belle Vue Lounge, I spent a couple of minutes shooting it from various angles before I reached out to move a branch. To my amazement, these are FAKE! I know, some of you are thinking, uh huh Mark, couldn’t you tell by just looking at them? In my defense, the arrangement SMELLED like a wonderful bouquet of flowers. Photo: ©2014 Mark E. Lepow
I have spent many hours of my life (in fleeting minute here minute there moments) witnessing the results of rain on objects that take on a life of their own with that rain. Take your porch screen, though it offers us some sun dampening on bright days, it is when water and screen meet that some interesting patterns are created. Enjoy the view. Photo: ©2013 Mark E. Lepow