EPCOT started out as a vision by Walt Disney to be a futuristic version of our world as he hoped it would become. EPCOT stands for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow...although today that is not mentioned officially in the park. Walt envisioned it more as a learning environment vs. theme park, but seeing as how it wasn't actually built until after his death, it's not a stretch to believe that liberties were taken and it strayed from it's original purpose.
That being said, it's still a great place...full of color, vision and technology. And that doesn't even mention the World Showcase, which I believe Walt would have really enjoyed. Photographically, EPCOT offers so much around every corner. Interesting architecture, sleek lines, and color abounding. My biggest fascination is with the sphere that is Spaceship Earth. So many angles to shoot it and so many ways to go about it...I never fail to tire of it. The hues it takes on depending on the light can be beautiful and are amazing to capture.
I was so pleased when I saw Scotty Girl's Community of Tomorrow kit. It pays homage to one of the best places to photograph in all of DisneyWorld.
I just love the crisp colors used throughout the park. No dingy dulled colors, only bright vibrant color everywhere set off by sleek metals. Maybe not entirely accurately futuristic like Walt imagined, but I'd say satisfying nonetheless.