I enjoyed the show "Mickey and the Magical Map" in Fantasyland at Disneyland, California. In fact, the show was so entertaining, I had difficulty concentrating on Hidden Mickey images! Actually, you can find the first two images below before the show starts. A gold classic Mickey made of circles is in the middle of a stained glass window at the far left side of the stage. This Hidden Mickey is best viewed from close to the stage. (Thanks to Sherrie Cotton).
Classic Mickeys in the stars can be spotted from the audience seats. This upside-down Mickey is on the right upper corner of the stage border. (Thanks to Sherrie Cotton, and Sharon Gee).
At the other side of Fantasyland, I cranked Clopin's Music Box and observed some of the characters move around inside the box. Look closely at the people inside, many are famous characters from Disney movies! In the following photo of some of the faces, you can spot Belle, Mr. Smee, Geppetto and probably many more. (Thanks to Sherrie Cotton, and LMD Hidden Mickey Finders).
I like to admire the boats at the Storybook Land Canal Boats attraction. This day, I had another reason for studying the boats: there are Hidden Mickeys in the exterior design of some of the boats! This classic Mickey formed of purple berries on a vine is on the Snow White boat. A bluebird seems mighty interested in these berries. (Thanks to Rosemary and Neil - FindingMickey.com)
This classic Mickey is on the rear of the Wendy boat. (Thanks to Jason Gall).
I had a fruitful day at Disneyland. Happy Hunting!
The previous post in this blog was A Few New Hidden Mickeys at Disneyland.
The next post in this blog is Checking out Hidden Mickeys at Splitsville and the Magic Kingdom.