Wordless Wednesday: July Calendar Shot

Disney Momma  —  July 2, 2014

Welcome to the month of July!  While Disney World attracts guests from all over the globe, it also celebrates it’s own country, America, in many ways, such as Liberty Square, the American Pavilion at Epcot, and the patriotic finale of the Main Street Electrical Parade.  July makes me think of Independence Day, so for this month’s Calendar Shot Blog Hop theme, I chose to feature some of Disney’s American patriotism.

Happy 4th of July this Friday!

America Pavilion

The American flag at Epcot, flown half-mast on September 11th.

Epcot (21)

What is your favorite American attraction or icon in Disney World?  Leave a comment to let me know!  

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6 responses to Wordless Wednesday: July Calendar Shot

  1. Great shot and what a quiet day! Thanks for sharing, happy July!

    • Thanks, Sean! You gotta love small crowd days at Disney World! Happy July to you, as well. I’m not sure how summer is going by so quickly!

  2. That must have been a moving experience visiting the American Pavilion on Sept 11th. Great capture! Beautiful July calendar shot! Thanks for sharing!

    • Thank you, Deb! I was glad to be able to visit on 9/11. My picture of the flag didn’t post at first, but that was pretty neat to see, as soon as we arrived at the front gates.