After walking down the stairs from the Lime Garage, you spot the big fountain. Look at the tile work near the water line facing you to spot this Mickey. (Walking away from the Lime Garage, you encounter a fountain with green inside tile work. The tile has circles or bubbles in the design, and some of the bubbles come together just above the water line to from classic Hidden Mickeys. Or do they? One collection of three circles is tilted to the right, at the right middle of the first photo, or there may be an upside-down Hidden Mickey just above it.)
Within the Royal Sommerhus walk-through to the Anna and Elsa meet and greet, look at the door pillars in the second room, and at the bottom as part of the decoration the bottom forms a classic Mickey. (Get in line to meet Anna and Elsa at the Royal Sommerhus in Norway. Along the inside entrance queue, images at the bottom of several decorative designs on the doorway panels of the first rooms resemble classic Mickeys. What do you think?)
There are several Minnies painted on the columns within Tren-D. On one Minnie, it appears that her lips are in the shape of a classic Mickey shape. (Minnie Mouse is painted in various sassy poses around the Tren-D store in Disney Springs Marketplace. In this image, are her lips pursed into a red classic Mickey?)
In the Riverside Depot store on Discovery Island, a mural on the wall behind the cashier's desk has these green swirls. The mural is near the first entrance door you come to on the main walkway from the Oasis. Do you see a classic Hidden Mickey in the swirls?
An image to consider is one drawn into the nape of a model's neck. This lace dotting on the base of the figure's cap forms a string of Hidden Mickeys. This drawing is found on the bulletin board near the standing tables. (On the left wall - as you enter Amorette's - check out a drawing of a lady on the left side of a long bulletin board. The lady is wearing a crochet hat with a pattern of red dots. Three dots at the back of her head and just above the horizontal blue ribbon might form an upside-down classic Mickey?)
in Disneyland, Downtown Disney, and Hotels posted 9/18/16
From the Haunted Mansion in New Orleans Square. In the stretching room, one picture shows an alligator with gaping jaws under a woman on a tightrope. Do any of the alligator's green, round scales form a classic, three-circle Hidden Mickey?
in Disneyland, Downtown Disney, and Hotels posted 9/21/16
Inside the Silver Spur Supplies store in Frontierland, a photo of John Wesley Hardin (a notorious outlaw who became a lawyer) hangs on a wall in a room to the right as you enter the store. Just to the left of his right (as you face the photo) forearm, a design in the cabinetry woodwork has markings that resemble a face. Is it Mickey's face?
At Pacific Wharf in Disney California Adventure, order something sweet at Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop. While you're waiting for your just reward, study a mural at the right side of the rear wall behind the counters. A tree stands in a sidewalk along a street and to the right of a red trolley. Do the round leaf clusters at the top middle of the tree (or anywhere in the tree) make a classic Hidden Mickey?
The last video monitor on the exit treadmill says "where serious golfers go to play." Three craters next to the golf flag form a classic Mickey. (Study the last video monitor to your upper left on the moving walkway at the exit of Space Mountain. Three craters on the surface of Mars below the word "Play" in the phrase "Where Serious Golfers Go to Play!" kind of look like Mickey?