Tuesday, March 05, 2013
In the 1950's, near the Red Wagon Inn, there used to be some simple plywood props to use as photo ops for fun luvin' guests. Instant souvenir, at minimal cost to the park. This first one is my favorite, maybe because the little girl posing as a Minnie Mouse baton twirler is so cute. Behind her is the very neat Captain Nemo cutout, which you will see much clearer one of these days.
The basic idea of poking your head through a hole in a painting for a funny photo is almost as old as photography itself. Here's another cute young lady, making friends with Donald Duck. I like the mention of the Art Corner on this painting, as if you were added to a store-bought postcard.
And finally, Joe takes his turn with Donald!