Last week, the Civil Air Patrol National Conference took us to Anaheim, California. Though our hotel was a short walk from Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom, I didn’t have any time to visit. Our hotel was located next to the Anaheim Convention Center. The classic steel and glass architecture was built in 1967 and over the years, it went through six major expansions. This entrance is flanked by a Marriott Hotel on one side and a Hilton Hotel on the other. The other entrance on Katella Avenue is directly across from the Disneyland Resort.
About the photo: The building is too large to fit in an image when captured this closely with my Samsung S7 where I was standing. I captured three photos, one showing the top of the building, one showing the central core, and the third showing the base with the fountains. I then used Adobe Lightroom to merge the three images into one vertical panoramic image. The late afternoon shot features a brightly lit sky as the sun was directly behind the building. The camera’s exposure was set to f/1.7, 1/1200 sec., ISO-50. The rule for Cellpic Sunday is simple. The image must be captured on a mobile device.