Family Portrait with the Disney Dream

Family Portrait with the Disney Dream

Here we are with the Disney Dream in Nassau, Bahamas, from our cruise this summer. And by “we” I mean all of our group except for me. Because someone has to take the photo, after all. Doesn’t everyone take their group photo with the mode of transportation in the background? I suppose that is more common on cruises than on a regular road trip. But the more popular spot here was the “Welcome to the Bahamas” sign. Go figure. Of course, being the completists that we are, and knowing that it might be a while before we went on a cruise again or went back to the Bahamas again, we took our photos both ways. Just to be safe.

Also, it looks like everyone here got the memo about sunglasses except for Zach. Come on, man! Get with the program! I guess I could have let him borrow mine for the photo. But because mine are prescription sunglasses, he would have had trouble seeing me, and I would have had trouble seeing them. Which might make for a strange photo.

And for those of you keeping track at home, this photo was taken soon after yesterday’s photo of the Disney Dream. I know several of you were wondering about that.

Don’t forget - you can find out all about our cruise, and about two other cruises as well, by reading the eBook Three Disney Cruises.

About the photo:
A single RAW exposure, processed in Adobe Lightroom. Read more about the photo software and gear I use at the camera gear page.
Camera: Canon EOS 60D
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm

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