Brian F. (NDH#44) (17 Posts)

Brian was born and raised in central Florida at the footsteps of Walt Disney World. After falling in love with the movies Aladdin and The Lion King, he decided that he would pursue a career in art. Shortly after college, Brian bought an annual pass to Disney and it became a regular hangout for him and his friends. It seemed that everything positive in Brian’s life had something with Disney involved in it. Disney has become a great stress reliever and a great home away from home, a place where the kid in everyone can come out.

Photo Credit: Brian Fee

Photo Credit: Brian Fee

This bronze statue of Mickey’s main squeeze can be found in the heart of the Magic Kingdom, along with a few of Walt’s other characters. I found that these statues can be hard to take pictures of because this area can be quite busy at times, not to mention the lighting is more direct because of the lack of shade. However, with the right time of day and the right equipment you can really have fun with these small little statues. With the colorful plants behind them and the right angle you would never think that there was a large crowd around. I think that these guys can be fun to take pictures of because they look good in color and in black and white. You typically can take your time with each one of these statues because most people have their attention focused on getting a picture in front of the castle.  Please stay tuned, because in the future, I hope to feature a few more of these guys.  For now enjoy this one; it’s one of my favorites.

Contributed by: Brian Fee (NDH#44) Brian is the DDL Roaming Photographer.

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