Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Small World Topiary

Any time I go on It's A Small World, I like to linger in the line for a while to look at the topiary surrounding the attraction. The sculpture of the animals is always top notch. To set the stage, here is a long distance view of the building from the Skyway.

Next up are two photographs of topiary as viewed from the Disneyland Railroad.


K. Martinez said...

I love views of "it's a small world" from the Disneyland Railroad. Wonder what the blue seating is for in the second image. Anyone know?

Major Pepperidge said...

Yeah, I was wondering what all those seats were there for as well! Never seen that before.

Anonymous said...

Also favorite views for me. The topiaries were a stroke of genius, setting this ride apart in a world of it's own. No "Black Forest" fantasy world here, it's a blank slate of images common to all.

I think the blue seats might have been a test run for the big auditorium that is not far from there now. Not sure what event might have spurred that development.

When I was young, I had no time for those shows. As a parent, they were a welcome break to sit in the shade while the kids watched the show.

Now, I have no time for them again. I would rather sit somewhere where I can watch the happy people and remember.