Why can't they use a darker dye in the Echo Lake water to hide the infrastructure?
I'm not immensely familiar with how pond dyes work, but chances are a darker color would just mean using more of the same dye, which could potentially cause issues with animals. It's safe when used as directed, but I'm not sure about going over that. Might be an issue with whatever irrigation system they have in there as well, dunno.Why can't they use a darker dye in the Echo Lake water to hide the infrastructure?
I'm usually the anti-nostalgiac, but the Echo Lake decorations stir a nostalgic... what do you call them?? Oh, yes, feeling. They're the kind of Christmas decorations from my childhood, which, though was in the 60s and 70s, the decorations we had were purchased in the 50s and put away every year and brought back out for decades following.
Now all DHS needs is an aluminum silver tinsel tree with a spotlight on it with a four color wheel rotating in front of it.
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DHS is now proportionally the park with the most decorations by acres of park.
Hollywood Blvd, Sunset, Echo Lake, Grand Ave, TSL are all decorated.
Only area missing is Animation Courtyard
Some more pictures of this:Lasers for Sunset Seasons Greetings are AMAZING!!!
They are also doing the vignettes more often this year. There's less than a min between each one instead of the 15, I think, from last year. Overall still a great addition!
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