Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Views of the River

Continuing the showcasing of the images from the Treehouse loving family, here are some nice views of the Rivers of America. First off is a nice shot from the Tom Sawyer Rafts loading dock of the Old Mill and the rest of Frontierland and New Orleans Square.

A similar shot from the Exit of the Tom Sawyer Rafts.

A photograph from one of the famous Kodak Picture spots. I like the sign with the cameraman hanging off of the sign.

Another view of the Rivers of America with painters out in full force making sure the lights are a nice green color.

And just because I found it and scanned it, an orphan photograph that should have been with the Views from a Peoplemover, the hub from the Peoplemover.


Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

These are great. Oh Man, the Old Mill and the wide open entrance of Tomorrowland.... These views make me happy & sad at the same time?

Major Pepperidge said...

The silhouette on the Kodak "Picture Stop" sign looks like Mr. G. O. Graphic.

Anonymous said...

In the escond photo, is that Elvis in a red shirt, waiting for the raft to depart??

Katella Gate said...

Do you suppose that as the painters worked, they hummed "Painting the Roses Red?"....

"To make the park quite clean
We paint the lamp posts green.
For Walt has said
Not blue, not red,
Nor shades of tangerine..."

pixiegirltink said...

Katella ~ that was excellent! :)

Kathy Lea said...

Oh how I just wanna be there right now! Great blog. :D

Kevin Kidney said...

Great images. And Katella Gate - you are awesome.

Vaughn said...

I like all those built in benches along the planters in the last photo.
Is it just me getting older, or is it harder at Disneyland to find a place to sit these days?