I always love having the chance to see our parks completely empty, just moments before thousands of guests arrive for a day of fun. That’s what makes this early morning shot of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover and the Tomorrowland Speedway so neat.
The cars are shined up and ready for guests this morning. What fun!
I think I have a new favorite sight at Epcot – this shot of the torii gate in the Japan Pavilion at dusk.
Are you one of the many guests who stop here to get a photo on your travels around World Showcase?
One of my favorite morning sights in all of Walt Disney World Resort is the early morning sunrise at Magic Kingdom Park (which usually means I’m off for a day of fun with my son at the park).
This terrific shot is a close-up of Cinderella Fountain, which was designed by Disney Legend Blaine Gibson. Enjoy it and have a great day today!
Tonight’s “After Dark” image was shot in Adventureland at Magic Kingdom Park. It’s a shot of one of the park’s original attractions – Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
Is Adventureland one of your favorite stops at night? Tell us in the comments section below.
A true Disneyland park original, Mad Tea Party has taken millions of our guests for a spin over the past nearly-sixty years. Climbing inside a giant tea cup makes you feel like you’ve stepped into Wonderland and shrunk down a bit with the help of a mysterious cake or potion. But seen from a different perspective – through the lens of Disneyland Chief Photographer Paul Hiffmeyer – these could be just regular-size tea cups … take a look!
This week’s “After Dark” image was taken at the Italy Pavilion at Epcot during “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.” What’s your favorite activity to do in this part of the park after the sun goes down? Watching fireworks? Devouring the pavilion’s terrific pizza? Ending the night with a yummy chocolate cannoli?
Is a trip to a Disney Park on your list of goals for the new year? This photo may just inspire you to dream of a 2015 vacation at Tokyo DisneySea – this image, shot by Tom Bricker, shows the park’s Mysterious Island.
This part of the park is home to Journey to the Center of the Earth and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attractions, and is topped off with the mysterious Mount Prometheus volcano.
What Disney Park do you hope to visit in 2015?
Tonight’s Disney Parks After Dark image was shot from the top of Disney’s Contemporary Resort of “Holiday Wishes: Celebrate the Spirit of the Season” during a recent Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
We hope you have a very, merry holiday week!
Thanks to Mark Willard for the great shot.
Just when you can’t possibly imagine Disneyland Resort Paris becoming any more beautiful than it usually is, the holidays arrive! The park’s celebration, Disney’s Enchanted Christmas, is well underway, with special holiday decor, festive entertainment and much more ready and waiting for guests.
The Disneyland Resort Paris Christmas Parade is delighting guests with appearances by Santa Claus, Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Chip and Dale, Donald, Daisy (and even nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie, among many others!).
This year’s Christmas tree measures more than 78 feet tall and boasts more than 1,000 glittering decorations. And of course, the tree just marks the start of a slew of festive decor that stretches down Main Street, U.S.A.
Check out the gallery of images above from photographer Tom Bricker that show just how merry the parks are during this time of year. Holiday fun will continue at Disneyland Resort Paris through January 7, 2015.
As the sun sets here at Walt Disney World Resort, we’re sharing a new downloadable wallpaper especially for Disney Parks Blog readers. This spectacular image was captured earlier this year by Walt Disney World photographer Kent Phillips at Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom Park. To download, simply click on the image below – it’ll fit all of your screens.