Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Nature at WDW


Focused on the Magic
Today's Wordless(ish) Wednesday blog hop is all about Nature in honor of Earth Day and Epcot's Flower and Garden Festival.  Since I've never experienced the Festival, I don't have those photos, but I do have a few pictures I like!  Below is the maze in the United Kingdom pavilion at Epcot and flower pots at Port Orleans Riverside.  Both were from February 2012.

Thanks for the hop Deb!  Link up your Disney photos if you have a blog!



15 comments:

  1. V No Privacy At AllApril 18, 2012 at 7:01 AM

    I'd like to be sitting on that bench right now!

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  2. I could look at that maze for hours!

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  3. Sad to say - I've never seen the maze!  It's beautiful - I really need to take time in the British Pavilion on our next trip!

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  4. Our last trip was the first time I had seen it!!!  In the past, I didn't spend as much time in the countries as I should have!

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  5. agree- I want one in my own yard- if someone else would keep it up for me! ;)

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  6. I agree V!!!  It's so peaceful there.

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  7. That maze is beautiful!  We always seem to be rushing through the World Showcase trying to get all the passport stamps before the day is over - next time we really have to slow down and try and enjoy each pavilion.

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  8. The maze looks like a lot of fun. Does it come with a map, or are you on your own for a few hours? Specifically, how long would it take my kids to find me again?

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  9. Beautiful pictures Beth! The maze is well, amazing! I love the angle you got on it. The flowers and bench too are so inviting. I love the composition on both!

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  10. I love that maze in the UK, great shots!

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  11. They are beautiful  And you have to get there..;-)

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  12. That maze picture is fantastic!  I love going to WDW in February...(sigh)...not this year, though :(  

    I will definitely look for that in the UK next time (we are usually so tired after going clockwise around - we breeze through UK!)

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  13. That's a terrific shot of the maze Beth.  I almost used mine for this topic, but they looked like a generic group of bushes!  Good stuff :D

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  14. Beautiful shots! Love the maze one.  Sadly, I don't remember that one so I guess I'll need to pay more attention next time =) 

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