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Spring Break in Florida
April 8, 2003
Last month, we brought you springtime photos from Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. Today, we travel to the east coast, with photos from the Magic Kingdom, Disney's Animal Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Tomorrow, we'll have photos from Disney-MGM Studio and Epcot. Look for a new collection of free desktop images from WDW next week.
We started with a perfect, clear Florida morning. The sky was
blue, the clouds were fluffy - and the weather report predicted rain.
A statue of Roy Disney and Minnie Mouse sits in Town Square, surrounded by flowers. There's plenty of space on the bench, making this a popular spot for photos.
The Dapper Dans entertain a crown on Main Street, USA with their rendition of "San Francisco Bay Blues."
Just off Main Street, this quiet cul-de-sac provides a shady spot to get away from the crowds.
The Partners statue, with Cinderella castle in the background, is a popular location for photos.
A profile of Cinderella castle, as viewed from Liberty Square. The banners conceal speakers installed for the daily character show.
Cinderella castle rises above gorgeous rose beds. Even when the rest of the park was crowded, this area was peaceful.
A spot of color to highlight the Adventureland sign.
A topiary elephant planted around the Dumbo attraction.
Bright flowers bloom hang from window boxes in Fantasyland.
A topiary swan sits amid a planter of flowers.
The former 20,000 Leagues lagoon now hosts Ariel's meet-and-greet location.
Nestled between Tomorrowland and Fantasyland, this waterfall provides a running bath for the local birds.
The Alien Encounter building lurks behind this peaceful pond.
The ever-present Florida thunderstorms bring rain, and a sea of yellow ponchos.
The Tree of Life at Disney's Animal Kingdom park is the park's central icon, and a popular photo backdrop.
Colorful parrots greet visitors just inside the entrance to the park.
The former river cruise dock is now a character meet-and-greet location.
A family of gibbons, including a quickly-growing baby, makes this temple their home.
The wildlife is not contained within the park. This flock of pink flamingoes makes its home at the Animal Kingdom lodge.
A water buffalo grabs a quick snack in the savanna surrounding the Animal Kingdom lodge.
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