Nature’s Fastpass

by Miki Kuwabara

If you’ve been to Disneyland, you’re most likely familiar with Fastpasses. They’re the little tickets that you obtain from kiosks that stamp a time to return to a particular ride to bypass its long line.

Well, one stormy day when I visited Disneyland, nature provided the “Fastpasses”. I took this photo of one of the corridors leading to the Indiana Jones ride. It’s usually jam-packed with people but the weather cleared out most of the visitors…bringing the wait time to 0 minutes for this and many other rides! Hence, this shot…A very rare occurrence!

Needless to say, I had a great time that day!

Wait time = 0 minutes!

Wait time = 0 minutes!

About Miki Kuwabara

I am a freelance photographer who strives to reveal the hidden beauty in our world through compelling images. I was born in Japan, grew up in New York City, and moved to Southern California as an adult. I have enjoyed and participated in a variety of art forms since childhood and continue to do so daily. I strive to bring you photo art with heart!
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