I'll start with this picture - the obligatory "stand-in-front-of-the-Disneyland-entrance-and-smile-because-you-can-still-feel-your-feet" picture. I'd like to mention that the guy that took this picture had an incredible camera, so when I put my lowly camera in his hands, I felt assured that he knew what the he was doing. Ya know, probably had experience taking nice pictures and such. But NO! Not only does the composition suck (yes, THANK YOU for including the ethnically ambiguous smiling guy in our picture!) we are also entirely out of focus! DAMN YOU POSER PHOTOGRAPHER! DAMN YOU!!!!
I took this picture because I like the way they remodeled Space Mountain, which we rode on at least three times. LOVE that ride.
This is the single greatest thrill ride I've ever been on. Nothing (and yes, I've been on some crazy intense rides) matches the first time I rode this.
I still have a secret desire to one day unleash myself in the middle of the swing ride and fly free - partaking in the miracle of human flight for but a few blissful moments - before splashing delicately, like a swan, into the waters below.
I last saw this show when I was nine. Yeah... freaking NINE!!! I remember thinking it was the coolest thing ever. Now, not so much. It's lame. Really gay. And freaking weird.
Love this picture of the ferris wheel at dusk...
This is the World of Color show, which is, in person, about 2000 times better than this picture. You must see this if you visit the park. Bring a poncho. :)
The ferris wheel again... so colorful!