Holiday window and street decorations
elevate the joyous, anticipatory mood of the festive season.
Nowhere is this more evident than in London, U.K. :
Lights a – twinkle
People out and about
The holiday hustle and bustle.
A bit of a walk about
Looking good for the holiday season
(photo by JGD):
A 70 ft Christmas tree, the annual gift
from the people of Norway to Britain for
the Allies’ assistance during WWII
A majestic Hanukkah menorah
(photos by meappropriatestyle):
Shop, shop, shop and then shop some more!
The world’s oldest toy store, founded 1760
Side path off Bond Street
Bells announce the holiday season!
Promenading down Carnaby Street
Liberty (department store)
Christmas trees aligned, lights a-glow
Wreaths varied and a-plenty
Ye ole shop
Midnight stroll down Old Bond Street
Bond street, by daylight
St. Christopher’s Place
For a ‘cheeky’ holiday season
Santa Claus: scaling new heights
Isn’t it easier to get in by chimney?
West End meeting point
Seven Dials, road junction- Covent Garden