Expedition Everest Animal Kingdom Hidden Mickey

Photographic Innoventions by Scott Thomas

Before my last trip to Walt Disney World, Steve Barret, the Hidden Mickey Guy, had just released his WDW Hidden Mickey iPhone App. The Hidden Mickey app lets you select which Walt Disney World themepark you are in and which area of the park, attraction or ride. For example, I was in the queue for Expedition Everest and the hint was: Search for a classic Mickey in the first sunken courtyard. It took me a few minutes which the length of the queue game me and I found it! Photo proof below for my Disney Pic of the Week for the theme on Hidden Mickeys.

Okay…I am adding Steve Barrett’s website link for this HM: Expedition Everest – Yeti Base Mickey.

By popular request, here is a direct link for the Hidden Mickey iPhone app (Caution: This link will launch iTunes if it is on your computer): Steve Barrett’s Hidden Mickey iPhone App

A Hidden Mickey in the Expedition Everest queue in Disney's Animal Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida

A Hidden Mickey in the Expedition Everest queue.
Nikon D70/18-200VR, 1/50s, f/5.6, ISO 800, EV +0.3, 200mm Focal Length

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6 Replies to “Expedition Everest Animal Kingdom Hidden Mickey”

  1. I don’t think it’s a true hidden Mickey…which I do find alot with Steve! sorry…

    Scott replies: But, but, but…sigh. Well, Steve agrees with me. 🙂

  2. The large center circle is the face and two of the smaller curly “circles”, skipping one in between, are the ears. Can you see it now?

  3. Hi!!! Do you know if the app is still available??? I search it but couldn’t find it =(
    please help me now that I have an iphone I would love to find HM with the help of Steve!!!

    By the way…love the pic!! As always a great shot

    Scott replies: I’ve had a few ask for the link to the iPhone app. I have added it to the article.

    Thank you! I like this photos lighting which brought out the textures of the base.

  4. Maybe I’m just not seeing the Hidden Mickey, but if you mean the middle circle and the almost-circular-curves above it, that doesn’t seem like a HM to me. The “ears” seem to be too close and not of the right proportions.

    There is, however, a really awesome HM in one of the cabinets of the hiking supply room you walk through right before the yeti museum. It’s in the furthest cabinet to the right on the wall with the door that leads to the museum. It’s a wicked funny one!

    Scott replies: Okay…here is Steve’s page on this Hidden Mickey. Really, I am not making it up. 🙂