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Spring Break in Florida, Part 2
April 10, 2003
Welcome to Part Two of our Walt Disney World spring break photo tour. Our stops today include Disney-MGM Studio and Epcot. Photos from the Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom Lodge can be found in Part One. Look for a new collection of free desktop images from WDW next week.
Disney-MGM Studio is home to quite a few topiaries, like this Mickey Mouse.
An enchanted broom is "flowering" the flower beds.
Even in spring, New York Street area has a little corner of Christmas.
Near the end of the backlot tram tour, you'll visit a mock "small town square," where the rose bushes are in full boom.
The first, and last, thing we do on every visit - ride the Tower of Terror.
Why a dragonfly? Each time we park at Epcot, a dragonfly decides to become our temporary antenna topper. They seem to be the unofficial greeter for my favorite WDW park.
Just outside the Living Seas, this reflecting pool is framed with colorful flower beds.
Bright yellow pansies fill the planters around the Universe of Energy.
The planters at the entrance to Mission: Space reflect the late-afternoon sun.
The German pavilion, viewed across Bay Lake.
In the Italy pavilion, a performance artist provides comic relief as he poses with visitors.
Easter bread is an Italian tradition -these bread wreaths are wrapped in festive spring paper.
The Liberty Inn sign is surrounded by bright red Don Juan roses.
Bright hanging baskets decorate the France pavilion.
At the back of this butterfly garden in the England pavilion, a chrysalis box provides shelter for the delicate cocoons.
Illuminations, Epcot's nightly spectacular, continues to delight new visitors and longtime annual passholders alike.
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