Jeff Bridges as the Beast and Penelope Cruz as Belle from Beauty and the Beast
Mikhail Baryshnikov as Peter Pan, Gisele Bündchen as Wendy and Tina Fey as Tinkerbell
Julie Andrews as the Blue Fairy from Pinocchio and Abigial Breslin as Fira from Disney Fairies
Jennifer Lopez as Jasmine and Marc Anthony as Aladdin
Roger Federer as King Arthur
David Beckham as Prince Phillip
Olivia Wilde as the Evil Queen, Alec Baldwin as The Mirror
Queen Latifah as Ursula from The Little Mermaid
Whoopi Goldberg as the Genie
Beyonce as Alice, Lyle Lovett as the March Hare and Oliver Platt as the Mad Hatter
Julianne Moore as Ariel and Michael Phelps as a Merman
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens as Prince Phillip and Princess Aurora
Drew Barrymore as Belle from Beauty and the BeastAnd they lived happily ever after.
Annie Leibovitz’s Disney Dream Portrait Series is an advertisement campaign for Disney Parks’ Year of a Million Dreams. It was such an instant success that more and more are coming, including the Olivia Wilde as the Evil Queen.
These photographs are stunning for words.
This seems more than a bit counter-intuitive, so let me explain. A comet’s tails are made up of materials breaking of off it, such as water droplets, dust, or carbon dioxide vapor. These materials actually separate into TWO different tails - a dust tail and a plasma tail made of ionized gas (the dust tail is far brighter because its solid particles reflect sunlight better than gases in the other tail. Being that they are each called a ‘tail,’ one would naturally infer that the particle trail would be located ‘behind’ the comet, that is to say that they would be located OPPOSITE the direction in which the comet is moving.
However, this is not the case. The tails are not created by the comet’s momentum, they are actually produced by energy from the Sun often referred to as the “solar wind.” The solar wind is what melts the ice and sublimates the comet’s frozen gases. The reason every comet tail faces away from the Sun is because this solar wind actually moves much faster than the speed of the comet itself. This is why some comets can be seen traveling INTO their own tails!