Such happy, wacky, brightly-coloured costumes. Yet not gaudy or eye-searing. Disney, my eyes thank you for not torturing my eyes with awful costumes. (Well, there were several rather unappealing ones in the Jubilation parade, but overall I couldn’t fault the Disney aesthetic.)
I like this pic for the interaction in it. Shy little girl being coaxed to participate by the friendly band member. The Disneyland Cast Members always looks so happy when dealing with people, and they are particularly nice to children (naturally).
*goes off on tangent about Ink & Paint* The Ink & Paint departments of old were usually full of women and according to an article I read the other day, it’s scientifically logical because apparently women see more shades of colour than men. Something like that. hahah (I would prefer to work in ink & paint myself, as opposed to the animation department. Colourssss.)
I decided to grab my lunch from Huey, Dewey and Louie’s Good Time Cafe in Toontown, and walk to find a good spot to sit down before the 2pm Jubilation Parade. This girl was in the queue beside me. The Goofy hat headband caught my eye.
Next: People-watching, Pre-Jubilation Parade