November 11, 2011

The Disneyland Railroad Project


We are so close to finishing our Disneyland Railroad Project. We've spent a good couple months of pre-production, planning, and shooting, to bring you something very special. It's coming down to a few minor adjustments and post production tweaks so that every bit of magic can be squeezed into it. We hope that you can join us tomorrow as we release for the first time, The Disneyland Railroad in a new light. We'll be working hard over the next 24 hours on fine adjustments, and you can stay up to date with the progress on our Twitter Page.

Daily Photo Tour - Waving to the Trains of Disneyland


I am a Disneyland waver. Yes. It's true. While this may not be a profession, and there is no pay involved, there is somewhat of a small compensation in the form a chuckle or a brief smile. I really get a kick out of counting the number of patrons who decided to participate in this quick moment of human interaction that leaves some people astonished with laughter, and others happy to connect. I'll even wave to the people on trams leaving the park at the end of a long day to see how many still have enough energy to lift there hand to say hello. My highest wave count at the end of the day is 4. What is really special is when that wave comes back to you. Watching a train go by with several waving passengers is something you don't see too often, but it happens all the time at Disneyland. I was happy to catch a glimpse of a grandfather and his grandson waving from the C.K. Holliday in Critter Country. Catching small moments like this in Disneyland are always very heart warming.

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Photo by Kevin Crone

Comments (3)

On November 11, 2011 at 7:32 PM , Alisha said...

What a beautiful, nostalgic photo. I LOVE it!

 
On November 12, 2011 at 9:17 PM , Justin Ruka said...

You only got 4 people to wave to you??

 
On November 13, 2011 at 10:22 AM , Delvin Harbour said...

I love waving to folks too Kevin! It's fun to see how many people are watching and will wave back!