Denny’s Adventure’s In “Willis Wonderland” – this concludes our tour

Submitted by denny July 23rd, 2010
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If I do find other things I did not post, they will show up here of course. This concludes my little tour of “Willis Wonderland” and what better way to end things here than with some incredible evening shots of a place I frequently dream about. I feel that these evening shots are just as gorgeous as what I snapped during the day. It was a beautiful evening at “Willis Wonderland”. I am really digging the shots I captured at the “wonderland”.

Bubbles left her mark in the pool! The pool water changes colors!


I hated to leave but this picture here will be forever etched in my head. This is heaven in the evening.

14 Responses to “Denny’s Adventure’s In “Willis Wonderland” – this concludes our tour”

  1. Allee Willis

    I’m sitting in my yard right now as I write this comment. Thank you, Denny, for your excellent 24 part tour! I saw many things through fresh eyes. But, of course, 1-24 are only the tip of the Willisberg….

  2. denny

    @ Allee – I absolutely will be opening more drawers!

    Lisa, I am so flattered to be able to photograph the contents of “Willis Wonderland” and it’s fabulous to see and actually hold this stuff in my hot little hands. So it is safe to say, this post is not actually the end of the tour, the tour will never end! Glad you are enjoying everything!

  3. Mark Blackwell

    even though i have the pleasure of visiting willis wonderland in person quite frequently, it’s been a true treat seeing it in 24 parts through your lens, denny! encore!

  4. MyFunCloset

    Bravo! Bravo! What a musical this could be… A little 50’s, 60’s, 70’s music, full screen images mixed in, your friends would drop in… bring out the props in storage. Allee, you could colaborate the music, writing and art direction, with you in charge of course. We’d all be there on opening night! Perhaps this is reaching, but you’re surrounded by pure energy.

    • Allee Willis

      The Color Purple was quite enough of the Broadway scene for me for a while until I get wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy more creative control. Which I would have of course if the subject were Willis Wonderland! Truthfully, there’s so much of this house in every single thing I do, all of which has music, so I feel like I’m continuously making that musical. Thank you so much for the encouragement though for sure.