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Where in the World? Picture Trivia!

Have you ever looked at someone's Disney vacation photos and just by the color of the ground or the hue of the walls immediately knew which attraction they were visiting?  Maybe you spotted a letter on a sign in the background or a lamp hanging over their heads and knew which restaurant they had dinner at that night.  Disney fans have a good eye when it comes to looking at photos and many of us can pick up the location with just the slightest hints.  If you fall into this category of people with this talent (a pretty impressive one at that), today's blog post is for you!  Below is a series of snippets of ten different photographs.  From these snippets you will need to guess which attraction the picture is from.  All of the photos were taken on or nearby attractions within the four theme parks of Walt Disney World.  When you've gotten your answers, send an email with the subject "Snippets" to vacations@kingdomkonsultant.com.  Those who have the most answers correct will be entered to win a prize.  We will choose a winner at random and will announce their name (along with the correct answers) on Thursday!  Have fun!


 
 
 


 
 



 

 
 

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  2. We will be posting the answers on Thursday :)

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  3. Ooooo! Some of those are really hard. Can't wait to read the answers!

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