Wildfires have been spreading throughout California and the Pacific Northwest.
The wildfires have affected many communities throughout Washington, Oregon, and California. Due to the extensive fires, smoke and debris have caused the sky to emit an orange hue. You can see this result in recent pictures taken at Disneyland Resort.
The entrance to Disney California Adventure Park was polluted with an incredibly thick aura of smoke. You could barely make out the clouds and sky in the area.
Likewise, this picture of a Disneyland parking lot self-pay station looks as if an orange filter was added to the photo. It was taken in broad daylight in the middle of the afternoon.
Fires up and down the west coast continue to rage. As of now, Disneyland has not been directly affected by the wildfires. We’ll keep you informed on the situation should anything change.
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