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Zach Larson’s 1/10/12 Magic Kingdom Photo Report

Posted on January 12, 2012

WDWNT Reporter Zach Larson visited the Magic Kingdom on Tuesday and has some newsworthy photos to share with us, including another look at the new Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom attraction:

Package pick-up on Main Street is under tarps

Christmas decorations are still up…

Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom is set to test every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday until it officially opens

Zach’s cards

The bakery behind tarps

It looked so real…

While the parlor is closed, you can get pre-packaged ice cream treats

The Main Street bridge is being repaired

Sorcerers window in Fantasyland

Stroller parking is a mess while Fantasyland construction continues

Ariel story

Still not entirely sure how this projection even happens…

Flotsam and Jetsam

Dumbo is now closed and behind walls

The Sunshine Tree Terrace is still behind tarps

Genie in Adventureland

Iago returns to Adventureland attractions… YAY!

These have been here for a while, but a lot of Pirates of the Caribbean movie nods have been added to Tortuga Tavern

Familiar hats…

Blackbeard!

Merlin is on the Jungle Cruise!

Pecos Bill’s facade is still behind tarps

The old menu at Golden Oak Outpost has returned… is it possible that they listened to us?

Frontierland Trading Post behind tarps

Merlin on the Liberty Belle

Princess and the Frog story

This is another one of those surprising windows… how do they do it

Another look at Main Street bridge work

Last look at Christmas decorations

Not surprisingly, all these people who can't read felt they needed to be the first on the launch, despite their actions.

A new sign… but people still don’t read…

Topics: Photo Reports, The Magic Kingdom | 3 Comments »

  • Jennifer Bureau

    I think the projections on those sorcerer windows are done similarly to how they do the cave wall effect on SSE now. It’s projected from behind and the screen is painted so perfectly that it looks like it’s another type of material. Could be wrong… :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1083270049 Amy Kaufman

    That’s exactly what I was going to say. It looks almost like it’s scrim, a fabric that you can’t see through when light is shining on the front, but when you project or shine light from behind, you can see through it.

  • Anonymous

    Does is feel different if you touch it? Does your hand cast a shadow?