Before I have gone to Aus, the last crop was at my home, and I proposed to my friends to make a mini-album about their homes.
I found a way to keep in my mind and in my heart my sweetest home, and carry these memories with me while I was away, because I was afraid to forget my home, my furniture, my souveniers. All of us need a place to feel safe, even that this place relied on our memories.
I loved this mini-album which I made at Priscilla's crop. I tried to use colors that reminds me the beachs and sunny days.
It's so funny that years ago I was not so enthusiastic to take pictures, now, it is completely different. This day in special, I took more than 100 photos of my husband and son playing football in the beach.
"The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights on the Streets of America at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park is a breathtaking seasonal display featuring millions of glittering lights perfectly synchronized to holiday music.
The lights are so extensive you may find it hard to comprehend their magnitude. Entire buildings are blanketed in sheets of multi-colored lights, and thousands more lights form twirling carousels, heavenly angels, and even Santa and his reindeer. Approximately every 10 minutes, the lights dim and then dramatically spring to life — dynamically choreographed to traditional holiday music. You have to see the effect to believe it!
Some nights, if you truly believe in holiday magic, the show is capped off with an enchanted flurry of snow.
The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights started modestly in Arkansas as a single home's annual display. Every year, Jennings Osborne and his family set up an elaborate collection of holiday lights and over the years, the collection of lights grew, and grew... and grew! In 1995, the Osborne family decided to share their magic with the world, and Walt Disney World Resort happily offered to become the new permanent home for this exceptional exhibition of holiday cheer.
The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights is included with standard admission to Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park."