Storytelling: From Walt Disney World

I could not have picked a better place to look for Storytelling photo opportunities than at Walt Disney World. A place built from the legacy of Walt Disney. To review, a storytelling photograph has a beginning, middle and ending just like a movie. 🙂

Expedition Everest looms over Disneys Animal Kingdom.

Expedition Everest looms over Disney's Animal Kingdom.

The Discover River leads you into this photo as you follow it to the bridge and then on to Expedition Everest. Expedition Everest looks like a real mountain instead of a man-made structure housing a thrilling roller-coaster ride, doesn’t it?

Journey into Imagination Kodak Picture Spot

Journey into Imagination Kodak Picture Spot

Over the years, the Kodak Picture Spots have become cliche but most are put in places that do tell a story. In this photo, the Picture Spot sign becomes part of the story leading into the Journey Into Imagination pavilion area featuring a waterfall which defies gravity.

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4 Responses to Storytelling: From Walt Disney World

  1. karma says:

    I’d love to be a character in your story right about now! I could definitely use some Florida and Disney in my life these days. And Disney World is about one of the best places I can think of for imagining a wonderful story. Great shots, and great examples for your assignment.

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  2. Laurie says:

    Interesting shots. Walt Disney World is definitely and iconic place. I’ve not been there since I was about 12. It was a lot different then. Space Mountain wasn’t even there yet.

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  3. It seems like there are so many great spots for pictures at Disney World – I like the idea of storytelling. Thanks!

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  4. RaiulBaztepo says:

    Hello!
    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

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