I was looking through some cruise pictures and this one caught my attention. I processed this at the same time as the previous Stacked Reflection shot, but I was not really happy with it. After having a fun time with the Dream shots, I’ve Got A Dream and I’ve Got Another Dream , at Castaway Cay that had some cool lens flare and sun burst I am liking this one again.
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Deck 12, Disney Dream
Ok, I know I posted almost the same shot yesterday and said it was my favorite shot of the 4 different compositions. Well, I’ve changed my mind. This is now my favorite. This set of shots makes me thankful that I shot a full range of exposures which helped capture the details of the ship and the star burst and light rays from the sun.
The 10 exposures I used for this HDR image ranged from 1/13 sec to 1/4000 sec at f/22 ISO 200.
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I have dreams, like you — no, really!
Just much less touchy-feely
They mainly happen somewhere
warm and sunny
On an island that I own
Tanned and rested and alone
Surrounded by enormous piles of money
I can only guess Eugene Fitzherbert, or you may know him better as Flynn Rider, was thinking of Castaway Cay during his part of the song. Anyway, I’ve taken this shot of the Magic and Wonder and as the title would suggest, I’ve finally Got the Dream! I cannot wait to complete the set with the Fantasy this summer.
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I’ve never been one to put the camera away during the middle of the day as it is not always practical to get up extremely early or stalk sunset. I figure, why waste a perfectly good opportunity to be creative and shoot for an HDR image.
While on a Disney Cruise the early mornings are simple, the sunsets for me are not. We always choose main dinning which usually runs through the sunset. Then, there is the fact that the ship leaves Castaway Cay at 4:30 PM or earlier if there is a weather system approaching. Even when there… Continue reading
Follow the path to Castaway Ray’s Stingray Adventure on Disney’s Castaway Cay.
This Port Adventure will get you a hands on encounter with the stingray during a feeding session. First, you are given the opportunity to feed the stingray, which will actually take the food right from the palm of your hand. Followed by a snorkeling adventure amongst the over 40 rays who call Castaway Cay home. The Port Adventure lasts about and hour and runs $35 (10yrs and up) and $29 for children. Read more at about this adventure at DisneyCruiseLine.com
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