Tuesday, February 21, 2017
I have three very early photos from Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom for you.
This first image shows Main Street during the park's first Christmas - 45 years ago, by gum. I think this is a particularly nice shot, bright and clear; and I love the modest (but great!) wreaths and garlands, with a few ribbons and bells here and there - it feels very much like the kind of holiday decor that one would see on a real main street in Somewheresville, USA.
Next is the obligatory shot of Cinderella Castle, gleaming against a deep blue sky. Just visible is the roof of a streetcar, as well as part of an Omnibus.
My unfamiliarity with the details of the Magic Kingdom makes me unsure as to whether this is West Center Street (do they even call it "West Center Street" in Florida?), but there is a sort of larval version of the Flower Market, though it keeps strictly to the sidewalks, as all law abiding plants do.
Stay tuned for more from this lot!