I hope that everyone enjoyed both the Solstice weekend and the holidays so far.
As usual, my Christmas night includes looking at the store windows with my family.
This year, We started at Barney’s on 60th Street and Madison Ave, but there were Disney characters in original story/films in each of the windows. It was not appealing to us so we moved along without pictures of the films.
The next stop was the Stuben Glass crystal star suspended in the intersection of 5th Avenue and 57th Street, the wonderful windows of Bergdorf Goodman and the small miniature holiday scenes in the windows of Tiffany’s.
We drove down 5th Avenue and did not park the car to closely examine the tree nor the windows at Saks Fifth Avenue. It was suddenly a very cold night and the windows were not as inviting as they have been in past years.
Finally we arrived at our favorite traditional windows at Lord and Taylor. These windows always charm us with their faithfully reproduced New York City and other holiday sights. Last year I showed you their wonderful New York City holiday kitchens and homes.
This year we are rewarded with a scene of the entrance to the Central Park Zoo, The Japanese Garden at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, a swanky penthouse apartment to name a few.
I hope that you enjoy this little slide show . Happy New Year Everyone!
Beautiful pictures Meryl! As a kid I remember viewing these department stores’ windows with my family. I don’t do it these days so it is a treat to vicariously revisit the displays through your excursions. Thanks as always and have a wonderfully healthy and happy new year!!!
It’s on my list of things to do… VIsit New York City over the Christmas holidays if only to see the lights and sounds! These photos look magical. Thanks for sharing.
With love and light and all best wishes for the new year.
Carolyn, I’m so glad that you enjoyed the holiday photos. Thanks for your comment.
Sending you love and light right back and wishing you a magical 2013.