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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Looking up at Macy's, in Midtown

At Macy's
Photo by myself outside Macy's, at Sixth Avenue and 34th Street in Midtown.

The entrance to Macy's is usually decked out with lights strung up to resemble a giant Christmas tree, during holiday time.

All the windows of this large building are painted white, since the last thing you need to do in a store is gaze out the window. This is actually a very nice, old building with pretty details.

When walking around on a crowded sidewalk, it's easy to get caught up in what's in the store windows and forget to look up at the building itself. The stuff in the windows change with the fashion and season, but the gracious old buildings stay the same. At least we hope so.

Related posts: Duane Street, Tribeca, Trinity Church, at Dusk and 42nd Street.


Nori said...

Yeah, they have nice sensibility to make their old strutures lookimg more elegant.

Pierre said...

I love this picture. The cons-diving is superb. The colors, warm and the lights of Christmas.
Nice atmosphere

Olivier said...

c'est beau Macy's avec les illuminations, et puis bient├┤t la folie des soldes ;)

Carla said...

New YOrk is so beautiful at Christmas. Thanks this shot.. Carla

roentarre said...

Beautiful lighting and decoration in this image

Leif Hagen said...

Dazzling! We need a little glitz for the holidays!
Merry Christmas to you and yours