Liberty Belle

To celebrate the upcoming release of the Disney Pixar movie Monsters University on June 21st, Disney’s Magic Kingdom was open for 24 hours on May 24th. The fun began at 6 am Friday and ended at 6 am Saturday. Walking around a theme park during the middle of the night gives you a magical feeling. Everything just looks different for some reason.

I walked around with my camera gear all night so I could capture some different images. I saw the makings of this shot earlier in the evening, but the water wasn’t quite still enough to get this smooth reflection. At 3:21 am I got to take this shot. I couldn’t believe how calm the water was. This was exactly what I was looking for.

The boat is the Liberty Belle. It is what makes the Liberty Square Riverboat ride. It takes passengers on a scenic half-mile journey around Tom Sawyer island. Here is a link to the website for more information about this ride. The Haunted Mansion can be seen lit up in purple in the background.

If you would like to view more pictures on my blog from Disney, just click here.

I hope you enjoyed today’s post. Please consider leaving a comment as I always enjoy hearing from my visitors! πŸ˜€

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Liberty Belle

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26 thoughts on “Liberty Belle

  1. I can’t even begin to believe how lucky you were to be allowed in the park for the entire night like that! GREAT shot here, Michael, that mirror reflection of the boat and the surrounding scene is truly magical, my friend!

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