Tag Archives: disneyland


If Florida was not Chosen…

After about four long months, Walt Disney World is finally re-opening, abet in a more measured, and convoluted way, due to the covid19 virus. Yesterday the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom bowed in and in […]


Carousel of Progress-Walt’s Favorite…

A few weeks ago in my last article, I was in my usual nostalgic mood right after the Christmas holidays. I talked about the exciting new offerings awaiting guests at Walt Disney World in the […]


The Unforgettable Wally Boag…

Here’s a quick trivia question…According to the Guinness Book of World Records, what theatrical presentation has the greatest number of performances in history? The answer is…” Disney’s Golden Horseshoe Revue” And the actor, comedienne and […]


Walt Disney’s love of Miniatures…

Every Disney fan acknowledges that throughout his lifetime, Walt Disney always thought on a grandiose scale. Even as a child, Walt wanted to do it bigger and better than the other guy, and always put […]


Disneyland’s “Liberty Street”

As any Disney Fan knows, over the years there have been many planned attractions, shows and lands that were envisioned by Walt, and after his untimely passing, his successors that never came to fruition. Many […]


Nikita Khrushchev’ “Almost Visit to Disneyland…

This article about a curious event in Disneyland history will jog the memories of many a baby boomer, which experienced the turbulent and uncertain times of what was known as the “Cold War.” This term […]


Disney’s Builder…Admiral Joe Fowler

Walt Disney is famous for his quotes, and perhaps the most poignant one was… “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the […]


Sleeping Beauty Castle

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 3/8/2014 “Sleeping Beauty Castle” This night time shot of Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland features the Walt and Mickey Partners statue in the foreground.  I particularly like the balance in […]


The Matterhorn

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY, 2/27/2014   “The Matterhorn” Perhaps the second most iconic image from Disneyland Park is The Matterhorn which stands majestically high above Fantasyland.  This image, taken from the Storybook Land Canal […]


Disneyland and Televison…Perfect Together

One could say without much argument the Walter Elias Disney was one of the most influential people of the 20th century, or perhaps, even in history. He was a dreamer, showman, and a creative and […]


Radiator Springs

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY – JUNE 24, 2012 “Welcome to Radiator Springs” by Tim Devine   Welcome to Opening Night in Radiator Springs.  This image took a bit of effort to make as I […]


Flo’s V-8 Cafe

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY – JUNE 23, 2012 “Flo’s V-8 Cafe” by Tim Devine   Flo’s V-8 Cafe, serving up all the lugnuts, gas, oil, coolant, and grease that you can handle!   Technical […]


Guido and Luigi

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY – JUNE 21, 2012 “Guido and Luigi” by Tim Devine   Guido and Luigi from Casa Della Tires meet you at the starting line to cheer on aspiring racers in […]


Main Street Station – Disneyland

THE PICTURE OF THE DAY – APRIL 2, 2012 “Main Street Station – Disneyland” by Tim Devine   The Main Street Train Station is there to welcome Guests as they pass through the turnstiles into […]


Cast Member Appreciation Month

The Disney Parks are truly amazing pieces of art and entertainment but there is an often-overlooked portion that needs to be given some thanks.  It is not an attraction, marvel of architecture, new technology, or […]