Wednesday, June 22, 2016
While sometimes just the vintage-nature of an image makes it spectacular enough; having it well composed is just icing on the cake. Today I present three undated 1950s images from the same photographer who obviously took a little extra time to frame his photos in a creative way.
They were taken from this gazebo that was once on the Rivers of America:
I am totally digging this shot of Storybook Land.
This one was taken from inside the second floor of the Golden Horseshoe:
Compare with the exterior shot to see that the window arch matches:
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