Wednesday, October 28, 2009

More of Merry Olde England at Epcot


10 comments:

~Cheryl said...

I have to keep reminding myself that you're at a park! These buildings are just great! I'm so happy you are sharing them.

brattcat said...

I agree with Cheryl. The photos are so well done. They are full of Florida sunshine no matter what international facade is showcased by your lens.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful! I think they can use it in movies!
Everything is so perfect!
Where is everyone there? :)
Léia

joo said...

I would say that it's Normandy od England! They are beautiful buildings, especially the first one.
Nice Thuersday to you:)

Jacob said...

@ Leia - When we arrived at Epcot that day, the crowds were lighter than I expected. Not very many people at all at the England Pavilion. Later in the day, many more people arrived.

It was quite warm, too, so maybe the people who were present were inside the air-conditioned pubs?

:-)

Small City Scenes said...

What nice buildings. It is hard to believe this is a park. MB

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

It's such lovely houses.
The first one is a typical medivial house. Very grand. The second one is a piece of St. George Street or Kensington Square. With the servants entrance in the basement.....
Very English.

Best regards
Asta

cieldequimper said...

The first one looks Elisabethan with an... ummm... unweathered feel to it. The second one is amazing. Just like London.

JM said...

If it wasn't for the beautiful sunshine, I would say this was real! :-)))

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Oooh, I love the top one of these! Both nice! I've never been to Epcot, makes me want to go.