Monday, December 04, 2017

Going to Magic Kingdom!



I am extremely happy to announce that my third collaboration with author Shannon Laskey has been published! You may have previously enjoyed her other two guides for Disney Park fanatics, Going To Disneyland - A Guide for Kids & Kids at Heart and Going to Disney California Adventure: A Guide for Kids & Kids at Heart. All three books feature my photographs, although I have to admit my Florida WDW shots are sparse in comparison to the Anaheim property, so Shannon had to rely on other photographers for this volume. Regardless, I am totally in love with the series and the concept that Shannon came up with. In honor of Shannon's latest book release, I am sharing a few of the photos that you can see in this volume.



All of these were shot in January 2010, which was my last visit to Walt Disney World in Orlando. I know...shameful.



Oh how I wish I had been able to retake some of these, as this was probably about 3 cameras ago! That's how I measure the onslaught of time, folks!



I still remember taking this photo and watching the gorgeous sunset from the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse.









Here's Shannon in front of my favorite WDW Hotel, The Polynesian Resort:



Shannon is just as darling as her books!



I hope you'll check this book out for yourselves; especially great to share with your children if you have any, or even a niece or nephew: Going to Magic Kingdom: A Guide for Kids & Kids at Heart

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the accomplishment Dave! KS

Fifthrider said...

I STILL need to get you to sign my copy! Darn it. "Spare time". I've heard of this thing but don't know what it is. One of these days.

The thing I love about so many of your shots ( taken from Swiss Family Robinson above comes to mind ) is even if you know the place and have seen it 100x, the angle and framing you use make it seem new. I know I know the buildings and landmarks involved, I've just never seen them from the angles you use. You make everything old look fresh and new.

Dave DeCaro said...

Thanks KS! And Bryan - when you find spare time, send some my way! Ha! Thanks for the kind comments as always.