That's 2 cool :)
That's 2 cool :)
Thats awesome. I definetely see it, a classic mickey if ive ever seen one!
Hey that's really cool. bet that took some work.
Okay, it is trees. I had it zoomed too far out and thought it was ponds. Upon closer inspection (literally) I realized it was trees.
OK.....Something was really weird with the links for me, I guess. I kept getting a residential area with a baseball field to the left is why I didnt see anything. I clicked on the link again and got the right picture this time. No wonder I thot my recent age increase was effecting my eyes.
Yes I do see it now. LOL CLear as day. OK...no one else quote me, I was getting a complex. LOL
BTW...I typed it in by hand at one point thinking the link was off and got the same weird pic, Yet another reason I dont use google that much...lol It hates me.
Alright, I figured out what it was doing. It was taking me northwest a bit of where it was. Just do a search for Clermont, Fl and you will see why I couldnt find it. I was looking to where the arrow was pointing.
Well, I'm just happy you got to see it Vixen! You were probably seeing this baseball field and housing area thinking I was off my rocker!! :lol:
I thought it was a pretty neat little discovery and I wanted to share it with more Disney fans!!
I would still love to know who did that! Far more interesting than some silly old crop circles in the UK! Just kidding as I know our British friends take those crop circles pretty seriously!
50,000 pine trees were planted by WDW cast members across 50 acres to form a “hidden Mickey” in honor of the WDW’s 20th anniversary on February 27, 1992.
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If you google "Mickey Forest" you will find lots of info, particularly from the Orlando Sentinel.
This hidden mickey is so large, the footprint would cover most of the magic kingdom. I've always wanted to drive out to see it, but figured it would just be a disappointment from ground level. Wouldn't be able to see the Mikey Forest for the trees.
Just a little more info on the gi-normous Mickey its a bit South of Clermont, follow US27 on a map, the stand of trees is SE of lake Louisa and east of US27 its along a road called "Shell Pond Road" where is corners at "Trout Lake"
Wow. That's pretty cool! Hmm.... Maybe it is owned by warner brothers.... yup must be it ;) lol. I wonder what the story/purpose of it is....