Tag Archives: epcot

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EPCOT’s “Fountain of Nations”…

                                                                                                               Since the official opening of Walt Disney Worlds “Fantasyland Expansion” on 12/6/12, Walt Disney World has been in a frantic state of flux since. As any Disneyphile knows, Walt always wanted his park to […]

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The founder of “Voices of Liberty” Derric Johnson-an interview…

                                                                                                             I have been writing and covering press events about Walt Disney World for over 10 years. For someone who has loved Disney and his legacy since childhood, it is a dream come true! How […]

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New Photos – Muppet Mobile Labs

Hello, once again.  Today brings another new photo gallery update… The Muppet Mobile Labs from Epcot.  This 27 photo galley was taken in November of 2016 and brings you the hilarity and antics of Professor […]

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World Showcase: A History…

EPCOT holds a special place in my Disney heart. My first visit was about a month after its opening, October 1st, 1982. My first ride experience was Spaceship Earth, and this attraction also has sentimental […]

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Temple of Heaven

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 2/7/2015 “Temple of Heaven” If anyone knows me, I am always looking for unique angle on shots at Walt Disney World.  One of my favorite things to do is to […]

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Illuminations: Reflections of Earth

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 1/13/2015 “Illuminations” Illuminations, the nightly fireworks spectacular at Epcot can be quite challenging to photograph.  Long periods of “inactivity” coupled with intense pyrotechnic moments combine for a difficult, yet rewarding, […]

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SAVE OFF KILTER!!

The Save Off Kilter group that is on facebook is dedicated to trying to get the Walt Disney Company to reverse their decision to “retire” Off Kilter, MoRockin’, The Spirit of America Fife and Drum […]

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EPCOT’s Canada Pavilion…

For the past several months, I have been covering the beautiful and detailed pavilions around World Showcase, and today we’ll take a look at Canada. Our ally and neighbor to the north have some of […]

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America

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 7/4/2014 “America” America, spread your golden wings Sail on freedom’s wind, across the sky. Great bird, with your golden dreams Flying high, flying high. These legendary lyrics from The America […]

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Jutta Levasseur

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 4/20/2014 “Jutta Levasseur” Happy Easter to you and your family from The Magic in Pixels.  Hope the day is a blessed one for all of you and thanks for being […]

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Spaceship Mickey

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 4/19/2014 “Spaceship Mickey” One of my favorite shots from the Flower and Garden 2012 gallery is this night-time shot of the Epcot entrance at night.  Sorcerer Mickey stands in topiary […]

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EPCOT’s Flower and Garden Show, 2014…

It’s that time of year (Spring) that all Disney fans look forward to and that is the annual Flower and Garden Festival here at EPCOT. This perennial favorite is again in full swing and along […]

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Monorail Black

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 4/1/2014 “Monorail Black” Monorail Black makes the turn near Test Track as it passes through Epcot’s Future World.  I learned this treatment from an online tutorial which teaches how to […]

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New gallery – Flower and Garden 2012

NEW PHOTO GALLERY! “Flower and Garden 2012 Photo Gallery” I finally got around to processing and posting my entire photo gallery from Epcot’s Flower and Garden festival in 2012.  Noteworthy are the Lightning McQueen and […]

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The Italy Pavilion at EPCOT…

In my last month’s installment of the World Showcase pavilions, we covered the United Kingdom. So for this month, I decided that since I am a full-blooded Italian, the Italian pavilion was the logical choice! […]