Thursday, November 19, 2009

Spring Fling 1972- More Photo's

First off thanks to Disneyland Nomenclature for pulling information from a Disneyland Line so I can correct that the Spring Fling was a separately ticketed event. The advertising with the Pinto was in place to entice visitor's to purchase Spring Fling tickets. Now on to the photographs with more of the family posing. First off is my favorite thinking and quiet spot in Disneyland, the Snow White Wishing Well Grotto. You just have to love the fashion in 1972, check out those sunglasses.

I also like this image, not for the view but for the crowd in the background and for the girl's pants.

Finally just an image of a scene, this one from the Jungle Cruise featuring the native uprising.

On a final note, a couple of exciting new blogs have started up. First off Mike Cozart has created three blogs: Tomorrowlounge featuring Tomorrowland with an emphasis on costuming, Disney Park Attraction Posters featuring attraction posters and Mike Cozart Design&Model featuring his models with in process photographs. The other new blog is by Paul Anderson and features Disney history, the blog is the Disney History Institute. If you have time, check them out, they are listed on my blog roll on the right hand side.

1 comment:

Major Pepperidge said...

I'm pretty sure my sister had a pair of pants just like that!