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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Christmas Ornaments on Sixth Avenue

Photo by myself on Sixth Avenue around 50th Street, in Midtown.

A giant pyramid of red ornaments decorates a fountain near Rockefeller Center.


I wandered down toward Rockefeller Center Tuesday night, since the lighting of the giant Christmas tree was scheduled. A couple blocks away, I turned around and went home because the sidewalks were so packed with people.

The police had barricaded the sidewalks so you couldn't cross the street anywhere near Rockefeller Center. In the background of the photo above, you can see the long line of people on sidewalk, who had to walk a couple blocks north just to cross the street.

I will take photos of the tree another day, when there are fewer people to deal with!

Related posts: Christmas Windows to Warm the Heart, On Stolen Glances and New York Moments and Holiday Displays on Fifth Avenue.


Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Hi Kitty! Lovely picture.

biebkriebels said...

Love the decorations, simple but tasteful. Can imagine you didn't stand in the huge line of people, I hate that.

RedPat said...

Love your shot! No big crowds for me either.

Pierre said...

I love the composition of your photo

nycstylelittlecannoli said...

I love this spot! Just gorgeous photo....I agree with all the people it can get just soo crazy! Coming in next Wednesday since there was so much rain today....it is so pretty in the city during the holidays. :)

dianasfaria.com said...

I would have done the same.
This photo is a perfect substitute.

lewi14@gmail.com said...

Looks really wonderful. I wish I could be there.

Leif Hagen said...

As our daughters watched the live broadcast of the tree lighting, I wondered if maybe you would be there with your camera! So close!
Lovely Christmas ornaments photo

Ashley said...

lovely! I hope to one day be in nyc to experience this time of year!