Saturday, December 23, 2006

Upper West Side, Columbus Avenue Between 66th and 67th Streets


Mary Sargent © 2006 …………………………………….. click to enlarge

I have a few more shots to show from the Nolita walk, but I thought this was a better photograph for now, since I'm going to take off the next two days, and Christmas will be all over when I come back.

So, yesterday we got off work early and on the way home, I stopped off at Pottery Barn on Broadway and 67th to get some champagne flutes for Christmas Eve dinner, and got this shot on Columbus Avenue nearby. I love, love how they do these trees for the holidays.

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and love to all.

Back Tuesday night.

See map.

4 comments:

Robert said...

Merry Christmas, Mary. Thanks for sharing your little part of the world with us.

Olivier said...

"Noël est là,
Ce joyeux Noël, des cadeaux plein les bras,
Qui réchauffe nos coeurs et apporte la joie,
Jour des plus beaux souvenirs,
Plus beau jour de l'année."
Washington Irving

JOYEUX NOEL D'EVRY


“Christmas is there,
This Merry Christmas, gifts full arms,
Who heats our hearts and brings the joy,
Day of the most beautiful memories,
More beautiful day of the year."
Washington Irving

MERRY CHRISTMAS OF EVRY

Barbara said...

Ah, such a calm cerebral shot after all the Nolita graffiti chaos.

Mary Sargent said...

Thank you Robert and Olivier and Happy New Year to you both! And to you, too, Barbara!