Sunday, August 02, 2015
I should start calling Sunday posts "Boring Sunday Posts", because that's what they generally have been. And today is no different.
Among a group of snapshots from August 1968 is a group of five photos, all taken around "It's a Small World". I was going to be stingy and break them up into two separate posts, but they're too boring!
This one is OK because I like this fellow. He looks like a lovable grandpa. He's having a bit of trouble getting around these days, but that doesn't dampen his spirit of fun.
This topiary elephant was a surprisingly popular photo subject.
See? There he is again! Along with some less-popular planty pals.
Back in the days when every film frame was precious (only 24 or 36, depending on what you bought), it baffles me as to why anyone would want multiple shots of these. How about a picture of the Monorail instead?
There's that showoff elephant again; what a diva. I'm more about the abstract Brancusi-style topiaries!