I’m loving the weekly photo challenges because they inspire me for blog topics. Trying to incorporate that into a Disney theme is the bigger challenge. This one was a bit easy because I am within viewing distance of my Disney scrapbook that I “created”, with a little help from a kit I bought at Archivers. This book could easily be used to memorialize a single trip, but I’m using it more as a year over year chronicle.
Because I have a plethora of pictures from Disney World, and I’m not in need of any more photos of the castle, or fountains, or gardens, or Spaceship Earth, I am now limiting my photo taking to either interesting stuff for the blog, or delegating the task for good pictures to the Disney Photographers. Mr. T and I usually have several taken in various parks and then I choose the best one for inclusion in the new album. Quality over quantity. (and because those Disney Photo-Pass pictures are not cheap!)
I have lots of space in the new album for future trips, and since we take only 1 (or 2 if we’re lucky) trips per year, this album should last awhile.
Are you the photographer in your family? Do you scrapbook, or are you the “throw the pictures in a box” type?
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