How lucky are we to have Bert Snyers in Disneyland Paris and poviding us with these stunning photos to use? Very lucky is the right answer. This next set of photos were taken last last at the Bonfire Spectacular over Lake Disney. It looks like Mickey Mouse was present and the master of ceremonies, and in his Sorcerer Mickey guise, who better? I’ve been lucky enough to see Fireworks over Lake Disney once before and it is absolutely spectacular, as the name would suggest.
Due to the residential areas near Disneyland Paris, fireworks are only used a few times a year, so if you ever get the chance to be in there when they do have a firework show then be sure not to miss it. Aside from their rarity, they go all out and put on a spectacular show. I don’t think anything will ever beat watching Wishes in Disneyland Park on a late summer evening, but these photos indicate that this was as good as fireworks can be without a Disney Castle as a backdrop.
This is just a handful of the photos Bert has uploaded, and you can see the rest on his Flickr stream here.
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