Disney Coast to Coast – Haunted Entryways

By Cory Disbrow on August 31st, 2011   |    Posted in:  Daily Disney Photo   |    1 Comment

Hello readers! We’ve been going strong with the eBook, Fireworks Photography. Thanks again for all your support! For today’s post, I’m going to continue my Coast to Coast series, this time focusing on the Haunted Mansions at both Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World!

One of the coolest things, in my opinion, about the Disney Parks is how similar, yet different they are. With that in mind, take a look at these two shots, both shot and processed very similarly:

Notice the architecture. WDW’s falls into the theme of “the old house on the outskirts of town” in Liberty Square. All brick and grand in fashion, like most of the WDW attractions. The Disneyland version is more like a plantation style mansion, fitting into the New Orleans Square theme, surprisingly similar to the building of Magnolia Bend at WDW’s Port Orleans Riverside resort. Disneyland’s also falls into the quaint and charming theme that makes that park so special, as the entryway is much smaller.

But amongst all those differences, look at the entryway. You have the same logos, and basically the same style with the iron and brick. Whether you are a WDW loyalist or a Disneyland loyalist, visiting these attractions will still feel like home, no matter what coast you’re on. It’s part of the reason we keep going back.

We hope you guys enjoyed this one. Which Haunted Mansion do you prefer? Let us know in the comments! Thanks for reading, and we’ll see ya real soon!!

1 Comment

  1. Isabelle Boivin   |   Aug 31, 2011

    I loooooooooooooooooooove the Hauted Mansion. I think I prefer the Disneyland mansion. All in white. It adds a little something to it… Really nice, but creepy.

    God post. I like the idea of that serie :)



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