Thursday, September 18, 2008

A Trip Aboard the Mark Twain

The photographer whose work I have been posting for the last couple of days boarded the Mark Twain for a trip around the Rivers of America. Here is his first shot, showing the mighty ship at dock.

Since he did not make it on time for this sailing, he snapped a photograph of the ship in transit.

After successfully boarding the ship, and the ship successfully leaving the dock, our photographer noticed the Disneyland and Santa Fe Railroad engine on the shore. The shores look rather barren here....

To document his trip with his wife and young son, he snapped their photo as well. Although it did come out a little abstract and would make an awesome 3-D image.

Finally, after the long trip around Tom Sawyer's Island, he exits the boat and manages to take a picture of Frontierland's Main Street.


Katella Gate said...

Gads, I never knew you could see the TWA rocket from the Mark Twain!

Major Pepperidge said...

Great pictures, I always like the early, rough-around-the-edges Frontierland. You can just see the rare Yellowstone Coach in the second photo!

DizWiz said...

That last photo is amazing! Seeing the Moonliner from Frontierland is so out of place, but so awesome at the same time.

Thanks for posting these!