I mean, we seem to keep playing the "it's only perspective" card on here constantly, but there were also plenty of videos and additional pictures proving otherwise for the CityWalk/Disney Springs arguments. I would be shocked if this were any different. Other pictures from today seem to paint the same picture:I'm not going to say that's 100% ideal, but I think one of my biggest pet peeves are these photos of "overcrowding" where the perspective is obviously skewed. The worst offender here are beach pics that are shot at ground level parallel to the coastline instead of perpendicular to the coast or at high altitude. You can literally see for miles on just about every Florida beach - for reference, the point of rocks to the left of the public beach parking at Siesta Key looks like it's right there but is actually over a mile and a half away.
Those lines on the blacktop are parallel parking spots and measure 22 feet apart throughout the complex on Google Maps. If people lined up neatly across the sidewalk as a party, you could fit about three parties per parking spot. In terms of egregious social distancing violations, I'm not going to shame people for standing next to their family and getting photographed at a 65-70 degree angle that kills any gaps that exist down the line.
Social distancing in waterparks is really weird already and I don't know how you solve it.Social distancing was in short supply on their slide towers today. We didn’t go in the park so I can’t say what efforts the park was making or not making to get people to social distance inside.
I understand. And I'm not even fully saying "shame the guests". I just don't believe we're going to magically see guests follow rules as the parks begin opening back up for any plausible reason unfortunately.My point was that we should save the shaming for the second photo you just posted.
Should they wear masks while waiting in the line to get in? Yes.
Am I bothered by the distancing in the first example? No.
Am I bothered by the distancing in the second example? Yeah.