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This was made from 700 pictures taken at Disneyland through out the years.
The eldest ones date back to when I was little, then it jumps to 2006 when I celebrated my 18th birthday at DLP, then photos range from 2008 to 2011.

I take a lot of pictures, ok? ^^

I used MacOSaiX to compile them =)
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Chicago, IL
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This year I have been cosplaying Jack Sparrow for 11 years, how time flies. What started as a Halloween surprise ended up lasting over a decade~ Its a character I have grown with and it always feels good to wear the costume and be Jack. Its a costume that reflects to all ages and people always smile when they see me, even those few who don`t know the character : )
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Photoshoot at Lutèce in Paris

Photographer : :iconsamcooper:

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♥ If you want to make me really smile, and give some love back to me, you can like my Photopage on Facebook :) --> [link]

Thanks a lot :3! ♥ ♪ ♫
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Tinkerbell (created and worn by myself) at MCM Expo October 2011.

Photo © Darren Rowley Photography 2011
www.darrenrowleyphotography.co.uk - please credit him if you're reposting.
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Please read the description before commenting, because I am the photographer of this picture, and full credit of the cosplay goes to the cosplayer mentioned below. Thanks in advance!


~DrVogelkasper as Malfatto, Assassin's Creed (Brotherhood).



Ah, props for this guy’s performance, for he came straight at me with his poison-filled needle!

Tumblr | Twitter | Photography © me. Please, respect the artist. Follow the terms of copyright.
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Copyright 2008 C. Novack. All rights reserved. No permission granted to reproduce or use any part of the photo.

Aperture: 8.0
ISO: 50
Shutter: 1/90

This finished #21 in the Sand Challenge at DPChallenge - it is a great demonstration of using what you have and use of bokeh effect to create a picture that tells a tale (and on a budget too:-) ) The title is a quote from the movie, Pirates of the Caribbean;-) Thanks to my husband for suggesting it.

My eldest found this broken shell when we were on vacation in Venice, FL. I asked her for her Pirate's of the Caribbean Coin Amulet. The last thing I needed to borrow was my youngest Pirateology ship which is 3.5 inches in height Pirateology Toy Ship [link] . I had to drill a small hole at the bottom of the ship so I could stick a wire in it so that I could then stick it in the sand. I also took some golden sand bought some time ago from a craft store as that I knew the beaches here do not have that rich gold tone color I wanted.

The kids and I then trotted down to the beach...boy was it packed! We picked a relatively less busy spot, but even then I sometimes had to wait for people to move out of the shot and make sure that kids playing football did not stomp on the ship.

I placed the ship 2 feet away from the shell checking every so often in my viewfinder that it was carefully positioned such that you can see it through the shell. I spread out the sand I then placed the aztec pirate coin in the sand. I then focused on coin knowing that the ship and the ocean would be blurred - gotta love bokeh effect.
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taken November 2012
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Captain Jack Sparrow: me
Photography: Revelio
Costume made by Revelio, wig by hizsi
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