Monday, September 24, 2012

DDW Pic 391. San Francisco Street

San Francisco Street
I took this shot while standing in the San Francisco area of the Streets of America in Hollywood Studios. Much like the New York City street, this is a huge mural that is basically flat. It demonstrates the use of forced perspective in movie making. There are two good, yet non-traditional "hidden Mickeys" in the bottom left corner of the scene. You can't see them in this pic, but in the headline of a few papers in the newsstand, there is a reference to the classic Mickey film, Steamboat Willie. Also, in a newspaper "box" you can find a reference to the Pixar movie UP.

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