The Cottage

Imagine walking down a flower lined pathway, across a little bridge over a tranquil pool of water. Can you see it? Do you smell the aroma of fresh-cut grass and flowers? Awesome now you’re here!

Welcome to the Canada area in Disney’sย  EPCOT Center. A place full of wonderful architecture and beauty that I can never spend enough time at. This scene greets visitors on their way to a premier dining destination known as Le Cellier Steakhouse. This quaint little cottage caught my eye so I decided to set up for a shot. I got down low so I could include the reflection in the water and get the Caladiums up close that were right in front of me. I felt like I was looking at a painting. Even though there were other people around I zoned out into the peacefulness of the moment.

Although I have not been to Canada yet, I am planning on visiting someday. I can imagine this is what it would look like from some of the pictures I’ve seen. They have a 360 degree theater with a film about different areas in Canada called O Canada! I’ve seen it a couple of times and it is very enjoyable.

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The Cottage


28 thoughts on “The Cottage

    • Thanks Mark! Yes it was very overcast so the skies weren’t really to my liking. Just a hint of gray sky behind the trees but I always prefer blue skies and puffy clouds! On the plus side the lighting was a little more even so I didn’t need to bracket for an HDR shot.


  1. I can totally imagine it in my head and it is beautiful. I went to EPCOT 3 years ago with my in-laws. My son had a great time. We all had a great time. It’s like traveling the world only we don’t have to spend so much for airline tickets to visit the many different countries. Awesome post!


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  3. these photos are truly beautiful, Michael – like some works of art (or even better in some instances :)). I am glad I came across your blog. Follow you now, dont want to miss any of your work. re. your words in regards of the cottage, ….yes,; yes, I can smell the grass, the fresh air, the flowers – what bliss! Thank you. Carina


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