This past Leap Day, Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom park in Florida remained open for 24 hours. ”One More Disney Day” started at 6:00 a.m. on February 29, 2012 and didn’t come to an end until 6:00 a.m. on March 1, 2012. For most guests, including myself, “One More Disney Day” meant that guests could stay in the park for longer periods of time, or for the late night and early morning hours. But for some, it meant a full 24 hour marathon of not leaving Disneyland park! And for one Disney photographer, it meant taking thousands of beautiful photos to document his “One More Disney Day“.
Tom Bricker, renowned Disney photographer and blogger, entered Disneyland park at opening on February 29, 2012 at 6:00 a.m. and didn’t leave until the following morning at 7:00 a.m.! That’s a full 25 hours inside Disneyland park. During this time, Tom took thousands of photo’s from all over Disneyland; some show the crowds and events of the day, others document the Disney history that was being made. Tom has selected 200 of those photos and put them together in a beautiful e-book telling the story of that historic Disney day. I recently downloaded “Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise” on my iPad. It has quickly become a favorite for me to flip through when I want to relive that day at the park. As an amateur photographer myself, it has also become a great source of inspiration.
Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise, is available for an $8.00 download, but as a DisneylandLive reader, you can purchase it for %30 off by using the promo code: SUNRISE2012 at checkout.
FTC Mandated Disclosure: Touring Plans is a sponsor of DisneylandLive and we were provided with a complementary copy of Disneyland: Sunrise to Sunrise for review.