Welcome to another Wordless Wednesday, hosted by my friend Deb from Focused on the Magic!  Today’s theme is Disney Icons, and for me, nothing captures the coolness of Walt Disney World quite like Spaceship Earth, shown here in a nighttime shot from June 15, 2008.  The beauty of Spaceship Earth is evident throughout, but what is really cool to me is that you actually travel inside the big Geodesic Sphere!

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11 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday — Spaceship Earth”

  1. Great photo. I always feel like Spaceship Earth is the most breathtaking icon, especially at night.  :)
    Rosanne @ The Disney Point

  2. Awesome pic of the Spaceship Earth. It is mind boggling at how that ride is inside there..

  3. Thank you everyone for sharing your very nice comments!  It's really a toss-up between Spaceship Earth and Cinderella Castle for me as to which is my favorite iconic structure.  I do get much better shots of Spaceship Earth though at night!