During our vacation in Disneyland I came to believe that it was the persistent attention to detail that made it so wonderful a place to visit. I took photos of things that caught my eye.
Coccoons dangle above pathways. I imagine these are lights, but I didn’t come through A Bug’s Land at night to see it.
Close up of the coccoons.
A boat in Pixie Hollow.
Inside a shop in Condor Flats. Look at the tools hung on the wall behind the cashier.
More stuff on the walls in the shop above. It really felt like being in a garage.
Inside Mickey Mouse’s house in Toon Town.
These stone towers and wooden door are beautiful, and yet high above the crowds below, so no one can even go up there and see it. We can only admire from afar.
Shops are built in the design of the area, to keep the atmosphere consistent.
A view along Disneyland’s Main Street.
Zoomed in shot of the view above.
In A Bug’s Land, the landscape had overlarge items to make one feel bug-sized.
Teeth over the doorway, eyeballs on the posts, even a tallbike behind the lampost. The boy is looking warily at Randall in the window.
Decorations in a shop.
Mickey’s garden shed.
This is where they make the laughs.