Discussion in 'Universal Orlando Photos' started by ddindy, Dec 22, 2014.
If you want to be a proper British wizard, your journey begins here.
The Journey Begins
The current Christmas parade at Universal ("Universal's Holiday Parade Featuring Macy's") is different from the 2014 Macy's Holiday Parade. Sadly, the Bee Girls are among the things that were discontinued.
A Honey of a Bee
Remember, even though you're despicable, your minions love you.
Remember, Your Minions Love You
Strolling down Hollywood Boulevard in Unversal Orlando. No crowds, no snow. A perfect Christmas.
Who would have imagined that the NY public library had really big books?
Read a Book - Become Santa
A little night action on the Rip Ride Rockit.
The Wizarding world is rooted in the past. They still paint advertising on the sides of their buildings.
Warranted to Delight
First an earthquake and now this! Will the diasters never end?
What A Disaster!
Fred and Ginger probably loved this place.
Dance the Night Away
Great photos from Universal Studios. I’ll be heading there in 31 days. I’m thinking about only taking my 16-35mm and 24-120mm, not sure about taking my 50mm? What do you think about these? Thanks
The fast 50 doesn't take much space. But remember, no on-ride photos and several attractions require you to put your stuff in a (free) locker while you're riding. Like WDW, you can pay for an all-day locker just inside the park entrance if you want to lighten your load.
Thanks Dennis. That’s probably a good idea to take the 50. I’m bidding(eBay)on a Tamron 24-70 f2.8,(if I get this, it would be an option too).
When Easter is near, the head bunny needs all the help he can get.
Ready for Easter
A station wagon? That's so 20th century.
Perfect for the Growing Family
Need a light?
Light My Fire
Jungle Cruise has the Back Side of Water. Diagon Alley has the Back Side of Fire. Which theme park attractions have the Back Side of Earth and the Back Side of Wind?
The Back Side of Fire
The inhabitants of the planet Vulcan are widely known for their logical thinking, eschewing emotions altogether. But every seven years they experience Pon Farr, a primal urge to take a mate that replaces logic with the basest of emotions. We Earthlings have a similar thing called The Seven Year Itch. I've never been one to dabble in such nonsense, but I have to admit that she makes me want to scratch.
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