Monday, January 05, 2009

Photos From the Mark Twain

One of the more popular photography spots is to take pictures of the scenes along the Rivers of America while aboard the Mark Twain. The riverboat travels slow enough that a skilled photographer can take some very interesting images. One of the most common photos found is of the burning settler's cabin.

The suspension bridge is fun for the guests on Tom Sawyer's Island. The presence of twins wearing identical outfits makes this photograph very whimsical.

Finally a ride aboard the Mark Twain is not complete without an image of the Indian Village nestled along the banks of the river.

1 comment:

outsidetheberm said...

That photo of the suspension bridge is timeless. It seems miles away from Disneyland.