"Distressed" architecture has been a growing trend at Disney parks in general. Cars Land, Tower of Terror, Everest, even Nemo's queue - all can look worn and still fit with the "theme".
If you look at picture 12 here, the one of the blue Dumbo, you can see a seam along that side that isn't on any of the others. I assume that the side of this one opens up to allow for easier handicapped access.One question. Does anybody who was out there today notice if there is a dumbo ride car that will load wheelchairs? Or maybe one with an opening that is larger making a transfer easier?
Like most: the fountains under Dumbo classes-up the little fella nicely. Like least: those costumes.So what does everyone thing of the land so far? What do you like most? What do you dislike?
Did anyone notice in picture 71 the insert of Humphrey the Bear?I have added lots more pics at http://www.wdwmagic.com/Attractions/Fantasyland/News/12Mar2012-PHOTOS---Storybook-Circus-soft-opening.htm
Did anyone notice in picture 71 the insert of Humphrey the Bear?
If you don't know who Humphrey is check here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humphrey_the_Bear
I haven't heard of an attraction linking in Humphrey, yet he is on this posted prominently displayed with Goofy (the Great Goofini), Dumbo, Casey Jr, and Pete (Pete's Silly Sideshow). It would seem each of these characters has a big role in the new Storybook Circus area, so I am wondering what is the deal with Humphrey the Bear? Why is he on this poster and why did Disney select this more obscure character?
Anybody have any ideas or did I miss something?