So, of course, Disney World. Loved it when I was little, loved it as an adult, ADORED it when my girls were wide-eyed toddlers. When she was not quite three, my now almost-17-year-old stared up at Cinderella and BELIEVED that she would keep her safe from that nasty witch, Maleficent, hanging out nearby.
My girls are almost past magic, but not quite. So a few weeks ago, I grabbed my two teenagers and we set off for Florida once again and bundled a lot of fun and exploration into a very short few days. And I discovered (remembered?) that magic is always waiting to be found.
|The magic I grew up loving. I felt like bursting into song when we turned a corner from Tomorrowland and were met by this vision.|
|You would think I would have focused on the castle. But no, it is my lovely, brilliant daughter who captures the moment.|
|It's not a magic fountain, certainly not a perfect photo, but the light pulled me toward it every time I walked by,|
|Seriously, these two. If this isn't magic, I don't know what is.|
|The castle again. But different. Not the perfect fireworks shot, but powerful. And the shadowed tower in the foreground? MAGIC.|
Where did the month go? Can't believe this is my third five on five (five photos on the fifth of the month) - a project I share with some very talented photographers. As usual, I scrambled to pull my five together. But no matter, I made it!
Now you MUST travel on and visit my sister, Kim's, 5 on 5 post - you will definitely find magic there!