Everyone loves looking for Hidden and Unintentional Mickey's, well not everyone, but many do. I and many others would love to see photos or hear about your finds.subsonic wrote: Photos:
Photos should be limited to a maximum size 800 x 600 or 600 x 800. If your hosting service does not provide this exact measurement then choose the measurement that is close but smaller (example flickr 500 x 415). This will cut down on bandwidth usage and help those with smaller monitors to prevent left right scrolling.
I seem to see Mickey's everywhere I go, so don't feel like you have to be limited to a ride, park, resort, or even Disney itself. A location would be nice so others can hunt it out, but that's up to you. If you like geocaching, coordinates as a description could be a fun way to have someone else find your Mickey too.
As a guide:
Hidden Mickeys have to give the appearance of being "intentional," and I would indicate if it is on Disney property/merchandise or someplace else, say your bathtub at home . Unintentional Mickeys (UM's) can be anything that looks like a Mickey, but is obviously not intentional.
As an update per Morningsky (keeping me on my toes as always)...Big obvious Mickeys, like ones on the gates are "decor mickeys", or "deliberate mickeys...otherwise known as DM's.