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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

 

The hidden treasures of the Mayan-ruin themed Dig Site pool at the Coronado Springs Resort really come alive at night when the place seems all but deserted. When the family has gone to sleep and no one seems to be at the resorts, I find some of the most interesting sights. This really gives me the time to see what beauty the resort of my choice has to offer in way of photography. I happened to be walking around the resort with a little extra energy and found that when the water is turned off and no one was around, this place really caught my eyes. What seems to be just a pool with lighting for the people using it, turned out to be one of the best images from my trip. Resorts can often be one of the most over looked places for photography on property. I highly encourage everyone who comes to Walt Disney World to take the time to really explore and enjoy everything your resort has to offer.

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

Brian F. (NDH#44)

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.

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