Christmas In NYC
Nothing screams Christmas more than all of the decorations in New York City from the end of the month of November to the beginning of January every year. It’s very hard to not get in the Christmas spirit when you visit the Big Apple this time of year and are surrounded by such magical and cheerful displays. Here are some of this years photographs I was fortunate enough to be able to capture.
Stone Street Manhattan NYC – One of the oldest streets in the heart of the Financial District in New York City. Originally known by its Dutch name, Hoogh Street (High Street). It was renamed to Stone Street because of it’s cobblestone paving.
View to Grand Central Terminal train station with the Met Life building behind. The long exposure creates light streaks from the vehicular traffic during rush hour.
The iconic landmark GCT is adorned with an illuminated Christmas wreath on the main facade of the terminal located in midtown Manhattan in New York City, New York.
Vehicular traffic creates colorful light streaks in midtown Manhattan in NYC.The city is dressed up in Christmas colors and decorations during the month of December.
A look at the modern architecture of one of New York City’s skyscraper. The center of the building is illuminated in colorful Christmas holiday colors.
View to the luxury hotel courtyard decorated for Christmas during the holidays. The courtyard was once the carriage entrance of the Villard Houses located in midtown Manhattan in New York City, NY.
Facade of the tall skyscraper in midtown Manhattan in New York City (NYC), New York (NY) all dressed up for Christmas.The facade has been used in a number of popular films. It is shown as the site of George Costanza’s office in a few ninth-season episodes of Seinfeld.
View to the glass architecture of the Bloomberg Headquarters in the East side of Midtown Manhattan in New York City. The tall marvelous Christmas tree can also be seen in the courtyard of the Bloomberg Tower.
View to the beautiful Christmas Tree at Astor Hall in the main entrance of the New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman building located on Fifth Avenue in midtown Manhattan in New York City.
The iconic magical Christmas light show at the flagship Saks 5th Avenue store. And to give one an even bugger sense of being in New York City also seen are yellow cabs passing by during the show.
View from 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan in New York City to the iconic NYC landmarks of Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building and Pershing Square Plaza. The capitol of the world as it is famously coined is sporting Christmas colors and is decorated with xmas wreaths in celebration of one of the biggest religious holidays in the world.
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