Saturday, June 30, 2012

Frontierland, From a Distance

Three panoramic views of Frontierland showing the fun that could be found around the Rivers of America. First up is a view of the Tom Sawyer's Island with a raft arriving or departing the island.

Next up is a view of the Old Mill and the Mark Twain in dock with two (yes, count them two) rafts filled with guests.

Last view is an overview of Fantasyland with the Columbia dominating the scene.


K. Martinez said...

In the first image, that is my favorite area of Tom Sawyer Island. I love walking to the end of the pier and to watch the human activity taking place across the river.

In the second image, my sight must be getting bad. All I see is the Mark Twain, a raft and a keelboat. Where's the extra raft?

In the third image, I love how you can see the Matterhorn from just about every “land”. It’s like it’s the “King of the Disneyland”.

Major Pepperidge said...

Looks pretty busy, based on that third photo.

Matterhorn1959 said...

K Martinez- you are correct. I took a quick glance and the Keel Boat looked like a raft loaded and ready to go over, especially with all the people on the top of the Keel Boat.

K. Martinez said...

Matterhorn1959 - it's happened to me too where I think something is there that isn't. Your caption just got me excited, so when I looked for two rafts I thought I was missing something.

BTW, I really like your blogspot. You've got a great collection of Disneyland and theme park imagery and historical documentation. Thanks for all the effort you put into it.