As you may have gathered from many of the posts here, I like photography. I hope that in the new year I will be able to focus more on photography as an art form; both in the art of taking the photograph and the post-production afforded digital photography.
You also know that I see Walt Disney World as a target rich environment. I am particularly interested in taking photographs as, and after, the sun goes down. Each park offers a wonderful array of subjects to capture once you set your camera to aperture or shutter priority. Main Street U.S.A. is spectacular, the World Showcase is transportive and Disney's Hollywood Studios neon and Art Deco architecture offers a nostalgic glimpse of a bygone day.
In these next few installments of Disney World After Dark we'll visit the Studios and look at the park through an extended shutter speed. First stop, Sid Cahuenga's One-Of-A-Kind. Sid's is a place where you can spend 5 to 10 minutes, or a good part of a day going through the all the curiosities housed in this bungalow. If you have not stopped into browse, you owe it to yourself to do so. It is a shop unlike any other.