Epcot - Temple Reflection

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    This evening, the skies were very grey and boring; so I've held off processing this photo. Even so, now that I've finally given it some processing time, I think it turned out ok. I had to color the sky a bit and fixed all those tiny lights one by one.

    What makes this shot stand out for me was the enhanced blue color on the roof and the Illuminations lighting is still on.

    Hamilton!, Adam Hansen, raguiyousry, and 25 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. stephgum32807 34 months ago | reply

      ~~ Really excellent capture ~~
      ~~ Love the colors and reflections ~~

    2. Adam Hansen 34 months ago | reply

      Wow, one of the best I have seen of the temple. Amazing job!

    3. Cory Disbrow 34 months ago | reply

      At least the lighting scheme isn't broken. The middle tier of lights has been turned off or not working for a few weeks now, and it ruins night shots of the Temple.

    4. Keith LeLievre (Harpua7859) 34 months ago | reply

      This is fast becoming my favorite building in World Showcase. I love the colors.

    5. Silver1SWA (Ryan Pastorino) 34 months ago | reply

      Wow, beautiful job!

      Shouldn't the lower tier be lit? They appear to be off in this shot.

    6. Jeanie G 34 months ago | reply

      Just stunning !

    7. Alan Rappa 34 months ago | reply

      stellar shot

    8. SpreadTheMagic 34 months ago | reply

      I don't think this is the normal lighting. I think there was a spotlight on the roof from the Illuminations show prior to taking this shot.

    9. DugJax 34 months ago | reply

      I agree with the others; stunning and one of the best I've seen! Absolutely beautiful!

    10. ming@12 34 months ago | reply

      用心之隹作

    11. Fab05 34 months ago | reply

      Really great. The reflection is wonderful.

    12. Kristi, The Mrs. [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      I think it's a beautiful capture with a nice reflection.

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