For its first 2–3 decades, WDW had animal-shaped topiaries dotted throughout the entire property. I’d love to see those return.The pond looks finished but I hope the landscaping isn't. The grass should look like golf course grass on approach to the MK. IMO.
Maybe some topiary gardens that hint at what will be in the park.
Would filling them in defeat the purpose of them retaining water, or, at least, prevent a wash out from a flow down the banks?They didn't backfill or paint the retaining walls?! I'm sorry, but that looks like @ss.
You can bury them and they'd still function as intended, but sure - dirt would dislocate. It's not like they're holding back the surf though.Would filling them in defeat the purpose of them retaining water, or, at least, prevent a wash out from a flow down the banks?
Actually, that alone would probably cause them to fill in over time.
there is an out of print table book called Gardens of Walt Disney World that showcased a lot of that. The place use to be beautiful with things like this! It actually sickens me to look at that book anymore as they have just massacred everything that was once nice and incredible.For its first 2–3 decades, WDW had animal-shaped topiaries dotted throughout the entire property. I’d love to see those return.
They are painted grey currently. Maybe they will change out some of the landscaping? Up near the tracks they still have some work to do. Though the track work still going on is holding that up.Hopefully those walls will be covered with simulated stone or something more decorative than concrete. Are they painted?
Maybe they will put a coin slot on the automated camera stations at the meet and greets and call it a “Premium Experience”?Which how many of us predicted years ago? lol
"A meet and greet is good enough" ...
Notice how simple meet and greets are now being called an "Experience"