Photo by myself on 34th Street and 7th Avenue, in Midtown.
Sorry for a cliche view of New York, but I just could not resist myself. Monday night, the decorations were up and the sidewalks were packed with people.
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is a New York tradition. The parade starts on the Upper West Side and winds south, ending at the Macy's store. All sorts of floats, balloons and bands are involved. A huge insignia was painted on the street and bright lights were being tested for the television cameras.
The sky was cloudy, reflecting a halo of light around the building.
Well folks, Mark and I are headed to Puerto Rico, Thursday. We'll be back very late Monday night. Of course, the blog will continue with a new photo, every day.
I hope everyone who is celebrating Thanksgiving is sharing the day with their families. Don't eat too much!
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