Have you ever been on Main Street U.S.A. with little to no people around? It’s a truly amazing and serene site! As Chief Photographer for Disneyland Resort, Joshua Sudock gets to see that rare site daily. Recently, on one of his morning strolls through Disneyland Park, he has noticed the colorful clouds that make the Park even more magical. He snapped some photos from around Disneyland Park in these early morning hours featuring the picturesque sky and I am excited to share them with y’all!
Sailing Ship Columbia takes on an extra bit of whimsy beneath orange clouds and blue sky.
King Arthur Carrousel is bathed in the morning’s golden glow.
Sleeping Beauty Castle banners and the Tomorrowland skyline meet to share a bit of blissful shady cool.
The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad ridgeline seems at home amidst a sky reminiscent of old murals that depict the American west.
The Mark Twain Riverboat’s smokestacks look like outstretched arms reaching upward as pink clouds roll overhead.
That’s pure Disney magic right there! Have you ever had the chance to be one of the only ones on Main Street U.S.A. at Disneyland Park? Let us know in the comments below!
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