Thursday, December 31, 2015
1956 was the Greatest Year Ever. There is no doubt about it! Elvis performed "Hound Dog" on the Milton Berle show, Grace Kelly became a real princess, and General Electric released the first clock with a "snooze alarm". Enough said!
Unfortunately, these are not the Greatest Pictures Ever, but they have their charms. I always like early shots of Frontierland in which there seems to be more bare earth than plants and trees. They should have planted kudzu! The Mark Twain looks mighty stately in the distance.
This oddball angle looks toward Fort Wilderness across the river. The Fort appears to be closed, and I think there might be some construction cranes in the distance, though it is hard to say for certain. Anyway, it's not a great photo, but it is different, and sometimes that's all I need to be happy.