Monday, December 30, 2013

Burning Frontierland in Color

Both of these photographs are quite red in color with bad film stock. However, both came back to color fairly easily. The photographer took most of the pictures when on the Mark Twain. First up is the friendly Indian Village with a couple of elk drinking water from the Rivers of America.

Next up is everyone's favorite Frontierland attraction which is the burning cabin. You can see the unfortunate settler in front of his cabin.

1 comment:

K. Martinez said...

When passing by on the Mark Twain, I sometimes had thoughts of walking around the burning cabin area to take a closer look at all the carnage.