Thursday, May 17, 2012

Three Classic Disneyland Photographs

These three photographs represent to me some of the classic look of Disneyland. First up are two images from the Jungle Cruise. Although the modern launches are nicely themed, I still miss the striped canopies and white look of the old launches. I also enjoy that some of the guests themed their clothing for the cruise.

Next a nice view of the dock as the launch our photographer is riding moves into the dark jungles. Make sure you wave goodbye to those waiting on the dock.

The last image is still in Adventureland and features a classic Tour Guide posing with a guest. I like the display of Indian brass at the Adventureland Bazaar and the themed waste baskets.


K. Martinez said...

Jungle Cruise is my all-time favorite Disneyland attraction. It's one of those "Walt Era" attractions that still retain much of its original charm through the years. There are never too many Jungle Cruise pics.

Major Pepperidge said...

Is it true that the tour guides had to give their tours using a thick Scottish accent?

Chiana_Chat said...

Mickey ears!

Swell pics, feel a bit of that classic Adventureland vibe just from looking at them.

@ Maj - I don't know, but it's said after a while of trying they just gave up and kilt them.