Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Tomorrowland 1960



I was feeling lazy, so there's only one photo in today's post. But I think that you'll agree, it's super nice! Our photographer has walked partway into Tomorrowland, and paused to snap a photo of this beautiful scene. The Moonliner is almost perfectly centered, pointed towards a vivid blue sky. Various tropical plants soften what would otherwise be a somewhat sterile land - it's nice to know that we'll still have bird of paradise plants in 1980! The Hat Bar is just visible, as is the Flight Circle, where a show appears to be in progress.

8 comments:

Douglas said...

If it has to be just one pic, then make it a super nice one. Everyone looks so happy, and why shouldn't they? The future of the past is wonderful.

spajadigit said...

That is a wonderful picture.

Nancy said...

wow, this is just gorgeous... definitely postcard-worthy :D

thanks, Major!

Viewliner Ltd. said...

THIS IS MAJOR "MAJOR" AWESOME!

TokyoMagic! said...

Super nice, indeed! Beutiful blue sky too.

CoxPilot said...

Great photo! It's the Tomorrowland I remember. 1960 was really the best year there. Everything seemed to come together in Tomorrowland. The plants were full, the trees gave shade (finally), and everything sparkled. And to top it off; 1960 was one of the great weather years in California. Clear skies, and a good amount of rain to make it just right.

kasandria said...

Enjoyed reading your blog! I am a fellow Disney fanatic. :)
Kas
http://magicawaitsyou.blogspot.com/

Chiana said...

What a lovely day at a wonderful place. Great timing on the pic too, nice lighting from the afternoon sun. The quality of a postcard shot with the people interest of a casual shot = desktop. :)