I am doing this post in reverse because here, in the USA, it is Memorial Day and it seems very fitting to start at the end - the end of the Disney World Electric Light Parade. I know it isn’t exactly a Memorial Day float but it does give a nod to patriotism and that’s what Memorial Day honors – a day to remember those who have served our country protecting our freedom.
Before that red white and blue float signaled the end of the parade there were other night lights. Like these sort of other worldly ones in Tomorrowland
and the beautiful lights surrounding Dumbo, the Flying Elephant ride.
I never tire of seeing the castle lit up in evening so I’m going to share this one with you of it reflected in the water. It just never gets old for me – so magical.
We also had our first look at the new Castle Light Show, which I like to refer to as castle wrapping. They seemed to have mastered a way to use projections to change its appearance. It is so very, very cool. I promise to do better next time on the photography – just another reason to go back. (Or do I really need one?)
Rounding out my last couple of night light shots are two more of Electric Light Parade floats. This one showcases Pinocchio
and the first one in the parade featured Tinker Bell. Well, I did say I was doing this post in reverse.