Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Disneyland October 1965, Pt. 3
The final installment of my October 1965 trilogy starts off from the top of the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse with a view of the Old Mill on Tom Sawyer Island. Even today, some of the best overhead shots can be captured here.
An up close view of the Indian Village, which was eventually replaced by Critter Country.
While aboard the Mark Twain, our photographer captured the Matterhorn, Rainbow Ridge, Castle Rock, and Cascade Peak all in one fell swoop!
Zooming in to see the Pack Mules:
And a view of the real Indian Village...
versus the faux version a little further down the river:
In Adventureland, our 1965 guest captured the Ancient Shrine of this attraction:
Looks like his hand and belly button are bejeweled!
The Indian Elephant Wading Pool, designed by Marc Davis, is always a happy site!
And Davis' other signature scene, the trapped safari:
I hope you enjoyed these Tencennial images of Disneyland!
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