Tuesday, December 8, 2009

About that tree . . .

Okay, here it is. Figured I had to go get a picture 
of the Rockefeller Center tree.  Of course, 
when I went by there on Sunday night, there were 
probably several thousand people who had the same 
bright idea. So I turned the other way and 
snapped this shot of Saks Fifth Avenue's "snowy" façade instead.

[This post is part of "That's My World." See more here.]


  1. Everything's bigger in NYC, even the snowflakes!

  2. That is the only kind of snow I am really happy to see in Winter time.
    I live in the middle of nowhere in the country side, close to a river down the hill !!! You can imagine how easy it is when snow, ice show up .....
    Nice view, very bright and focused despite the darkness, I am impressed (I am a terrible photographer) !

  3. This is GORGEOUS! I love this Alexa.

  4. And I'd love just one of these for my garden, too ~ it will go beautifully with the string of lights I ordered through yesterday's "Alexa" post. Very pretty ~ I'm glad you turned this way!

  5. What a terrific shot, Alexa! And, yep, everything's bigger in NYC -- even the snowflakes! Great post for the day!

    Enjoy your week!


  6. Nicely aimed.
    I was hoping to visit NYC before Christmas, but it's now on hold until January, so I'll miss the tree and windows.

  7. Love those snowflakes.great picture

  8. If it's snowflakes you want Alexa, I've got shovelfuls just waiting to head your way. :-) I think we're at about 8 inches at this point. Wonder how Jeff's doing up in the Twin Cities. Perhaps the rain will give way to snow for you New Yorkers yet.

  9. Love the Saks snowflakes. They do look pretty at night.

  10. Thanks, all!
    Shell—help yourself—mi blog es su blog, cara mia!
    And Coltrane -- that's okay, pal—you can keep the snowl. I have waaay too much to do in the next couple of weeks!

  11. I love it. That is a great facade.


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