Joe Rohde Shares Part 2 of His Video Guide To Some The Awesome Artifacts at Animal Kingdom
Last week, we here at MickeyBlog shared with you what is the first installment of a 5-part series the Disney Imagineer Joe Rohde is shooting from home. With a bit of help from the entire family, the videos are intended to provided Disney fans with some incredible insights to some of the incredible details and artifacts that often go unnoticed as we bustle around Animal Kingdom.
The first video in the series focused on some of the incredible detailing around some of the stunningly ornate windows found in the Asia Pavilion and today we promise you’ll be equally as blown away as Joe and Family take us through ageing and patina!
Let’s take a look!
Similar to the first video, we here at MickeyBlog HQ are absolutely amazed at the impressive collection of items Joe manages to incorporate into the videos from home! . With writers, a director, cameraman and a producer in the family they pulled together photographs, video clips and more. I think we can all agree that it would appear as if the Rohde family has the most incredible backyard in existence!
Thanks again Joe and the entire Rohde family for another awesome video, we think you’ll agree that it is this incredible attention to detail that makes Animal Kingdom a one of a kind theme park experience. In case you missed it, we’ll also link the first video in the series below:
Stay tuned for more of “The Rohdes, Less Traveled” series in upcoming weeks.
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