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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Lately in Orlando, the temperatures have been plunging and this week's Darkroom photo theme is "cold" and how that relates to Hollywood Studios.  We've selected photos that convey that theme in a photo.

"Ice cold Chevrolet" by Kiki FL

This photo is rather interesting because it combines the "ice cold" slogan from Oscar's Super Service and the Chevrolet sign to kind of poke fun at Chevy.  Very clever and a pretty photo as well!

"It's A Wonderful Shop" by meeko

It's hard to convey cold any more than some snow, even if it is plastic.  In the corner of the Backlot close to Muppetvision 3D and Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano is the Christmas shop named "It's a Wonderful Shop" and outside of it is this plastic snowman and even if it is 80 degrees outside typically, it still somehow fits in having Frosty outside the shop.

"Honey Darling, Citizen of Hollywood" by Samantha Decker

I mentioned earlier in the article that it's been cold in Orlando the last few days and you can see it in this photo of Honey Darling, a starlette and member of the Citizens of Hollywood, who is wearing a decadent fur coat and she needed it with how the temperatures have been lately.

Be sure to send us your photos for next week, which will feature the theme of "huge".  Any photos you may have from Hollywood Studios that you think fits into the theme of "huge" can be sent to us to be featured in this column.

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