19 December 2009

Yes, Virginia, there is. . .

Holiday Lane, Macy's, Herald Square, New York
(maybe the miracle on 34th street is cloning)

4 comments:

vicmarcam said...

What's funny is the mass produced Santas somehow each seem to have a different personality.

pjwv said...

Uh, are you sure you're getting enough rest?

All those santas are watching you -- and judging!

Sibyl said...

Well, judging IS Santa's job, after all. 37 of them judging me from Macy's is still less unsettling than being judged while I sleep.

I'd love to hear your take on the Herald Square windows. The designer is one of my dearest friends' other half, and I never get to NYC to see his work.

pjwv said...

Sibyl, I thought I'd have a chance to respond sooner. . . I do have a photo of the outside of Macy's that I hope to post (if it looks OK), but it doesn't show the windows very well. And I have to admit -- I barely got to see them. The crowds in front of the windows of all the big department stores were usually so massive I not only didn't get a good look at the windows, I sometimes had to cross the street to get past them. I did go into Macy's, which was also insanely crowded.