Wow the back side of the castle was so bizzare. The side turrets are pink, but with no icing. There’s icing on the lower balcony, but no pink above or below it. Truly an overlay straight out of a fever dream lol.
It is possible for one to be all for cast members having butterfly tattoos and earrings while also feeling like the harmonious barges should not be permanently docked in world showcase lagoon. It’s me. I am that one.
Couldn’t be happier about this change. To those clutching their pearls over it, I highly doubt this will have any significant effect on your next visit. And if this is enough for you to cut ties with the US Disney parks, great. More room for the rest of us who are less judgmental.
The pink is actually kind of nice when photographed around sunrise/sunset. Even looks good on a cloudy day too. Still doesn’t change that on a sunny afternoon, we get the Malibu Dream House castle. On my next visit, I’ll just have to make sure to avoid looking at her between the hours of 11 and 5.
What's hilarious to me is with the official promo photos of the castle, they always choose to photograph it in the morning light, when it looks the least pink lol. If they weren't too happy with the purple turrets, I can't imagine they're all that ecstatic over the tan-pink walls either.
They also used cages for Disneyland’s 50th on the castle.
I understand that the blue is supposed to help them blend in with the turrets, but had they gone with the previously used spiral design, it might’ve helped them look better up close.
They didn’t put the bunting on the small turret to the right. I know that’s gonna bother me if they leave it that way lol. Otherwise it looks great. It’s festive and also blends in well with the castle. That blue really is gorgeous. With the gold trine and the gray walls, it all compliments each...
From the other site. The top roof has been finally given the new royal blue color. And I must say I think it looks stunning. I’ve always loved the chevrons they paint on the roof. Also notice how they maintain the iridescent blue/purple from the previous paint job.