Friday, July 31, 2009
Theme Parks: Shamu Rocks
I was fortunate enough to see the remarkable and award winning "Believe" production at Seaworld last November but missed "Shamu Rocks", which when the park is open late is the last show of the day. Received these stunning images and really looking forward to experiencing the show in person. Shorter and less educational than Believe, the focus is on the dazzling video, glitzy wet suits and a live rock guitarist. Oh and the whales, which are pretty impressive too...
Thanks to Alan Stein for the images and to Elaine Swanger for formatting.
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