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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

For this week, we have a theme of "old" and any photos that we feel convey that theme as it relates to Disney's Hollywood Studios.  There's a few vantage points we can take with this, so let's dive right in!


"Hollywood Tower Hotel Lobby" by StartedByAMouse

When you think of the word "old", it's hard to look past the Tower of Terror, especially the lobby of the fictitious Hollywood Tower Hotel.  The enormous amount of dust and spider webs covering everything in sight not only makes everything look like it hasn't been touched in years, but everything from the furniture to the decorations are over 60 years old.  Perfect example.

"For Work Or Play, Choose Chevrolet" by IceNineJon

Around Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard are a number of billboards that advertise various businesses and this sign for a Chevrolet pick up truck has that old style billboard that instantly reminds you of a time period from many decades ago.

"Classic Car, Disney Hollywood Studios, Orlando FL" by Harvey-Harv

Speaking of vehicles, this Cadillac on Sunset Boulevard is not only a stunningly beautiful car from a bygone era, but obviously an old car.  The car, a 1941 Cadillac Fleetwood, is the 5 passenger touring sedan, and cost about $1500 back in 1941. Certainly evokes the sense of being old.

Be sure to send us your photos for next week, which will feature the theme of "Christmas".  Any photos you may have from Hollywood Studios that you think fits into the theme of "old" can be sent to us to be featured in this column.

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Each week, Adam and Cory explore the beauty of photography in Disney's Hollywood Studios

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