View 378: Castaway Magic

On my last adventure, it was very cold and wintery. On this one, the weather was not ideal for the location but much warmer and tropical.

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Disney Magic cruise ship moored at Castaway Cay, Disney Cruise Line’s private island in the Caribbean.
Nikon D750/16-35VR, f/16, ISO 100, 16mm focal length, HDR Image.

My wife and I took a three-night Caribbean cruise on Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Magic cruise ship. The only port of call was at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. As you can see, the weather was a bit cloudy and cool compared to what you would associate with a Caribbean island. Still, it was a far cry from the 25 degree F weather back home!

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A trio of catamarans with colorful sails sit on a Castaway Cay beach across from the Disney Magic.
Nikon D750/16-35VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 160, EV +0.3, 35mm focal length.

While the weather was not the best, I did manage to find some color and a beach. 🙂

This trip gave me a chance to continue to learn using the Nikon AF-S 16-35mm f/4G ED VR FX Wide Angle Lens I got last month.

If you are interested in more information on a Disney Cruise or Disney themepark vacation, contact my wife at merrie@dreamsunlimitedtravel.com 

(just click her email address above)

She has been booking and planning Disney trips for satisfied travelers exclusively for 18 years.

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6 Responses to View 378: Castaway Magic

  1. Boris Beckert says:

    Hi Scott,

    I’m happy that you have been doing more of these posts — I look forward to getting them in my email box.

    Thanks,

    Boris

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  2. Karma says:

    Color and a beach! Works for me!

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  3. dawnkinster says:

    Beautiful. Makes me wistful for summer.

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  4. Gerry says:

    Sob, Whimper, Moan.

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  5. Inger says:

    Stunning captures, looks like a dream vacation!

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