While WDW has done quite a bit to help out with basic snapshots (picture spots and red sidewalks come to mind) they've also provided us with a much more dramatic range of subjects such as Harper's Mill. True to form, the vivid combination of red barn, green grass, and blue skies so prevalent in Orlando all come into play in an image like this. Even the simplest point and shoot digital cameras provide focus settings to draw the eye to the intended subject and with a bit of attention to composition, anyone can bring a wide range of elements into the picture. Harper's Mill is one of my favorite spots for this and this location, looking from Frontierland over towards Tom Sawyer Island always provides a nice shot.
This photograph was taken by the author in January, 2008.
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