Our journey into the Magic Kingdom continues…
To avoid getting photographically bored (gasp!) when you’ve been fortunate enough to visit this park as often as we have, you learn to notice the details. There isn’t much the Imagineers can get past me these days.
For example, while strolling down the sidewalk on Main Street, USA, I spotted a new addition embedded in the brickwork:
At the time, I had no idea what I was photographing was part of the latest interactive adventure called “Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom”. This large bronze medallion tells game-players where magical portals are located within the park. Hmmmm, interesting… we will have to play this the next time we are there.
Moving onward, we wanted to take a look at the progress being made over in the new expansion area that was formerly known as Toontown.
However, on our way there, Cinderella’s Fountain captured my eye and once again, I got down low and shot upwards so as to isolate the statue’s silhouette against the brilliant blue sky.
For reference, this is what the fountain looks like shot straight on from the front.
Now, you can’t photograph Cinderella and not think about Prince Charming. Good thing his carrousel was close by and looking very colorful, washed in the Florida sunshine:
Behind the carrousel we could catch glimpses of the construction taking place beyond the familiar Disney wooden barriers. Off in the distance, the new Beast Castle rises out of the rocky hillside:
Many folks wonder why we keep returning to Disney time and time again, but for us, the answer is quite simple: “If they build it, we will come.”