Just today, i was kindly reminded that i had never posted the photos of Canada’s Wonderland.
I really thought i had, but a searched and searched, but nothing. So, off i went into the photo archives to retrieve the photos from our trip to Canada’s Wonderland.
Let me tell you, La Ronde has nothing on Canada’s Wonderland. This amusement park is huge!
All the photos in this post were taken with the X-E1 when i had it. When we went to Wonderland, i had only had the X-E1 for a few weeks and i was still on a steep learning curve with the Fuji system.
Looking at the photos, i have noticed that there are strong shadows and for some reason, my aperture is all over the place.
Along with the X-E1, i had the 18-55mm zoom lens, which i do miss. It was the perfect lens for taking photos at Wonderland.
These games looked fun, but we were not allowed to play since we were only 3 people. We looked around for a fourth person, but we got to the park early and there were not many other people around.
Here is the entrance to the Kid’s Zone. My daughter really enjoyed this part of the park (obviously because it was for kids) and it was nice to see her come out of her “shell” even more.
We were able to catch this show in the afternoon. Despite the fact that it was August, it was still a rather hot day and i am not sure how the people survived in those costumes.
One of the many rides designed for kids in the Kids Zone.
Another character from “Peanuts“.
The Leviathan. This is one monster of a roller-coaster.
Yes, this is part of the The Leviathan. As i said, it’s a monster of a ride. I could not believe how big it was and how high it went.
A bunch of people scaring the crap out of themselves. Notice the two empty seats…
All in all, it was an awesome day. For an August day, it was above seasonal temps, which was just fine for walking around and enjoying what the amusement park had to offer.
Thanks for looking.
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