Retro Disney favorite photos: Rain can create a photo opportunity

As we won’t be back at Walt Disney World for some time – between the coronavirus alert and the fact that our annual passes expired and we haven’t renewed – I’ve been posting some of my “favorites” from our photos taken at WDW over the years. Today’s re-post is from 2016 and shows how rain can help make a photo. The original caption: “Not every guest likes it when it rains at Walt Disney World, but Allison sees an opportunity for photography. Here’s a shot of Cinderella Castle at the Magic Kingdom with reflection from the wet ground between Allison and the castle creating neat reflections. She got the shot Feb. 6, 2016, while we were on a long weekend visit.” (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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