A Evening of Enchantment
While all Disney park castles are designed to have their most iconic face looking straight ahead to Main Street (or the park equivalent), at Shanghai Disneyland, I actually like the angled perspectives of the castle more. From a head-on view, the castle comes off as blocky and weighty. But at other angles, the complexity of and elaborate details of the structure gain more prominence, giving it more grandeur and refinement. At the angles, the Enchanted Storybook Castle feels like a sprawling villa, more organic and natural. I can't quite describe it, but it just looks better from the sides than head-on. At least that's my opinion.
|Shanghai Disneyland's Enchanted Storybook Castle from "audience right," with an angle of how the castle's towers and facades wrap around and a glimpse of Tomorrowland in the background.|