Magic Kingdom - A Crystal Sunset (by Cory Disbrow)
It’s honestly not as hard as you think. You find the spot you want to take pictures (I recommend somewhere that’s not very populated or you can make it look like it isn’t), make sure your shot looks good, and just take the shot. Who cares if you get weird looks? They should be jealous that you’re taking senior photos at Disney! Also, many people are very gracious and will realize when a photo is being taken. The people at Disney who walk into pictures are the a-holes you want to watch out for.
As the first map large-scale, poster-sized map published for sale in Disneyland park, this was used as a marketing tool to build interest in attending this new thing called a “theme park.” A large number of these were sold both in the park and through a promotional offer with Sunkist Orange Juice, a sponsor in the park. It is interesting to note that Disneyland was built on what was once large groves of orange trees, so the sponsorship of Sunkist seems appropriate.
1955 Bank of America Brochure with Disneyland map
Long Lost Friends Week: Mulan on Flickr.