Thursday, October 28, 2010

Scenes Along the Rivers of America

A nice group of images taken from the Mark Twain. First up is the iconic Fort Wilderness on Tom Sawyer's Island. Note that a cast member has placed their jacket on the sign at the front entrance. Is that code for something, like putting a sock on the door handle to your dorm room in College?

Next up is everyone's favorite burning cabin. Note the settler is posed over a box.

A nice view of the Plantation Inn with the riverside gazebo in the lower left hand corner.

Final image an interesting view of the stagecoach and train. It looks like the photographer was just a couple of seconds too late.


Connie Moreno said...

Great post today! I love that image of the Plantation Inn. I sometimes wonder if castmembers would move the burning settler just to see if someone noticed, LOL.

Major Pepperidge said...

Wow, great photos today. The jacket appears to hanging on a little shed or something rather than a sign. What could that be?

Very nice look at the Plantation Inn, and I like photo #4 even though the timing isn't perfect.

Thufer said...

I'll join in also, wonderfully good capture of the Plantation Inn.

JG said...

What Thufer and everyone said.

Also, the fort.

The fort and the cabin can't be far apart in space, but interesting how the fort can't be seen the cabin background. Skillful site layout and landscaping, also focusing your attention on the dead man keeps you thinking you are really in the wilderness.