Monday, November 10, 2014

Rocketing to Tomorrowland

The photographer of the 1963 trip did not spend much time in Tomorrowland. However one photograph is spectacular of the Douglas Rocket getting ready to lift off. The rocket had a nice effect of letting off steam to simulate the beginning of the ignition for take off. I also like the detail of the Douglas graphics.

The next image shows the wonderful Submarine Voyage lagoon with Monorail blue heading over the attraction. I like the lights on the underside of the Monorail berm used to illuminate the lagoon.


Major Pepperidge said...

They almost never spend much time in Tomorrowland for some reason! Or they just don't take as many photos there. That angle on the Douglas rocket is awesome.

K. Martinez said...

A most cool and unusual view of Monorail Blue traveling the upper curve over Submarine Falls.