- Easily missed, but the there is a mural (?) of trees in the corridor between the Blue Bayou (old man's shack) and the waterfall. I don't think I've ever seen this photographed. It's so dark in there and you can only glimpse it as you approach the waterfall, but it eerily adds depth. This is a recurring motif in the ride, where scenes appear to stretch into infinity, as if you could continue beyond the immediate surroundings of the ride's waterway.
- Directly ahead following the second drop in the caves, there is what appears to be an opening adding further dimension to the ride.
- After the Captain's quarters, you can look through a hole in the cave wall to the left and see the skeleton with the seagull in the beach scene. I don't know why I love this so much.
- The treasure room cave appears to stretch off into the distance as well, as though you could just climb up there and explore the universe.
- The little towers after the pirate ship in the bombardment scene, giving the illusion the boats could continue straight and sail off into the fog instead of hanging a right into the town.
- The forced perspective facades of the town buildings and alleys continuing, especially in the burning scene.
Add more, please.