Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Tom Sawyer Island Tipis

Once upon a time, not that long ago, in the magic kingdom of Disneyland, there was a Native American village. Though blocked off by a fence due to terms of the treaty, the tipis in there were fully themed. Luckily a photographer who worked at Disneyland stepped through the fence and snapped shots of the tipis. Now the tipis are long gone and the space is the dressing space for Fantasmic performers. The slides were all marked Island Tipis, but some may have been located at the Indian Village.


Major Pepperidge said...

Wow, these are super cool closeups! I envy that photographer. Is this from the same bunch that you posted months ago? Really amazing

Daveland said...

Here's to breaking the rules for a good photo! It's all for the greater good, right?!?

Anonymous said...

Those were some modern indians! Tin cans and electrical switches can be seen inside their homes.