Sunday, December 30, 2007

NYC Holiday lights - just a few.

For people who love the consumerism of the holidays, these blue and red lights adorn the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle. They constantly change colors, one segment of each star at a time.

It is well known that holiday shopping builds a hunger for borscht.
What better place than the Russian Tea Room to fill that craving?
Plus looks like you could even get your shot for next year's Christmas card out of the way. (Since everyone else goes to Rockefeller. Pooey.)

Who doesn't love the legs of the Rockettes?
The show outside and around Radio City is almost as festive as the show.
Across the street, red ornaments are stacked in a fountain.
Less than a block away, a toy train lights up 6th Avenue.
And of course, every year, tall nutcrackers line the UBS building.

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