I have dozens of photos already of that spot from when the kids went with us. I have thousands of Disney pictures. On our last trip a few weeks ago, I took pictures of the room (first stay at BLT), and nothing else. It's just my DW and I, and I now only take pictures of new things, and there was nothing new opened this trip. We'll be there in October, and take pictures of Rat, but it looks like that's about the only new thing that will be open.So you never take photos of the family in front of the lagoon? I think at least half my Epcot photos include the lagoon. And I do take pics of the countries from across the water.
I like to look all around wherever I’m walking. In the parks, along the streets, walking through the woods. It would be like going to DC and not looking up at the Capitol, or the Monuments. Or going to NYC and looking along Broadway to Times Square.
But each to their own.
We have visited Disney literally hundreds of times, and so, don't look around as much as we used to. We know what's there. Since I live near DC, when we visit downtown, yes, we look around, and take more pictures, because it is still new to us. Same would happen with NYC. Don't get me wrong. We absolutely love going to WDW, but just want to experience everything, rather than keeping our phones out for pictures all of the time. We only take our phones out when we absolutely have to.
I totally get that y'all from the UK don't get to visit as often, and have a different view of things, and I completely understand the consternation with the lagoon. That's why I said that we are in the minority of guests there.