Saturday, October 27, 2012

Disneyland Halloween Trip Report: Pt. 3

At the end of yesterday's post, I unceremoniously left you off at the Castle, getting bleary-eyed from my Faux-D© photos. By the time I got to Peter Pan, the crowd of guests had already exploded, so I skipped it and ventured over to Mr. Toad's.

As you can see, his driving hasn't improved.

I went around the corner for a spin on Alice. Down, down, down the rabbit hole:

Always good to take time to admire the art on the wall:

I made sure to get a shot of this Tulgey Wood tableau so that I could match it with my recently acquired vintage version.

If only this poor sucker knew what was up ahead:

Somebody didn't get their Cheerios:

Then it was outside and back into the psychedelic imagery of the finale:

My last Fantasyland Dark Ride for the day was Pinocchio. No real exciting photos here; just a few of the little toy shop at the end of the attraction:

The next destination on my itinerary was The Haunted Mansion. Along the way I snapped Big Thunder Mountain Railroad:

and the Golden Horseshoe:

Today's drop-off spot is the Haunted Mansion, with a Faux-D© image of the gates:

Come back tomorrow and hang with Jack, Sally, and the Gang!

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Snow White Archive said...

Enjoying your HDR shots.

Rich T. said...

Beautiful shots, including the best look inside the dark rides I've ever seen!

K. Martinez said...

I think I've said this before, you have the best Fantasyland dark ride images I've seen anywhere. You capture just the right amount of light and color.

I never tire of seeing these images. Thanks for posting.