Disneyland in Motion

August 26, 2015  •  5 Comments

I always love creating images that capture motion. They are one of my favorite ways of photographing subjects, so you can understand my excitement when it was announced that Motion was August's theme challenge for the blog circle I participate in. 

Unfortunately, my family suffered another loss this summer: My grandfather passed away 3 weeks ago, so my husband and I spent a week back home in Dallas with my family to remember him. On top of that, I'm going back to school this week to pursue my associate's degree in graphic design, and begin the quest for my bachelor's degree. Needless to say... this month has gotten away from me.

But I still wanted to participate in this month's theme! So these are some older images (some from my early NYIP days) from an on-going personal project I like to call "Disneyland in Motion." 

Enjoy!... And when you've finished here, go check out Okinawa Family Photographer, Kristi James Photography blog and see how she uses motion in her fabulous photography.

Golden Zephyr at California Adventure.

Dumbo, the Flying Elephant!

Astro Orbiter in Tomorrowland     Big Thunder Mountain in Frontier Land.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The carousel in Fantasy Land.

The wheel of the Tea Cups.

My hubby on the Tea Cups.

Mad Tea Party! One of my favorite photos I've ever taken. It was the first photo I had on exhibit at the San Diego County Fair in 2012.


Comments

Kristi James(non-registered)
These are awesome!! And a few brought back memories of being sick on these rides ha ha ah Looks like ya'll had fun though!!

I am sorry for your loss as well <3 <3 <3
Kristy(non-registered)
Fantastic! A few of these made me dizzy!
Lauren Nygard(non-registered)
These are awesome, Alicia!! Great job capturing the fun of Disneyland in motion!!
Nicole Gulick(non-registered)
Wow alicia! these are so perfect! now i want to be in disney with my camera even more than i already did! perfect images great job
Brooke(non-registered)
Love these images! They capture motion perfectly!!
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