Thursday, March 25, 2010

Frontierland As Seen By Brazil

More photographs from Brazil featuring Disneyland. This time the focus is on Frontierland and even more specific Tom Sawyer's Island. First up is every ones favorite- the burning settlers cabin.

A close up of the poor settler who has been killed with an arrow.

A view of a friendly native American waving to the river traffic.

A nice view of the friendly Indian village on the river. I wonder when the fishing boy was added as he is not in this photograph.

Final photograph is a view of Fort Wilderness in all its glory. Boy do I miss this structure!


Connie Moreno said...

Is it just me or is anyone else having trouble viewing the photos???

Connie Moreno said...

I can see 'em! I can see 'em! Wow, what COOL pictures! The fort is awesome and I wish they would restore it. And the poor me morbid but what a hoot!

Katella Gate said...

Connie: it's ok to enjoy the burning cabin, like it's ok to enjoy "Aliens"... it's theater.

Morbid is listening to 911 calls on the news ... and enjoying them.

Speaking of morbid, those raised platforms in the last photo are the Indian burial grounds, right? You just try doing that today.

Big Thunder said...

Great shot of the fort; I think you can even see the exit from the "secret" escape tunnel down near the river's edge. If they could do one thing to help bring Fronteirland back, they should evict the time traveling pirates and fix the fort.

Thufer said...

These are some of, if not the best 'period' photos of the park I have ever seen.
I am so enjoying this series.

Anonymous said...

What Big Thunder and Thufer said.

Cool Pix, miss the fort. Miss being a kid at Disneyland.