This year, I tackled the challenge of cramming my NYC holiday extravaganza into two short weeks. It required commitment and dedication, but I managed to take in the Radio City Rockette's Christmas Spectacular, the New York City Ballet's Nutcracker, the Lincoln Center Winter Festival and, my favourite holiday tradition: viewing all of the amazing Christmas window displays.
I'll let my photos speak (mostly) for themselves - I hope you enjoy my view of "A New York City Christmas" just as much as I've enjoyed sharing it...
|At Macy's, you can always expect style with a side of sequins|
|This year, Macy's tackled a whimsical "history of Christmas ornaments"|
|A tribute to Elton John?|
|Macy's - Herald Square|
|A toy soldier at Rockefeller Center, overlooking the skating rink|
|A light show projected on the building across from Rockefeller Center|
|If you've ever wondered how they get the lights on the Rockefeller Tree, here is the mystery unveiled: wooden scaffolding built up around the tree|
|I just can't help it: I can't get enough of Nutcrackers!|
|The Rockettes display at Henri Bendel|
|One Singular Sensation. Okay, that's A Chorus Line, but it seems appropriate!|
|Meanwhile, the windows at Berdorff Goodman...|
|Over at Berdorff Goodman, they created amazing displays focused on single construction mediums. Here, the aquatic scene is made exclusively of mosaic tiles|
|Berdorff Goodman: A display made exclusively of paper|
|Birds of a feather...|
|A view of Lincoln Centre|
|The magical ballet!|
|The Lincoln Center Winter Festival: Tree lighting time!|
|Looking into the amazing Lincoln Center square|
|Inside Radio City Music Hall after the Rockette's Christmas Spectacular|
|Inside Radio City Music Hall - Glitter tree!|
|A view of the infamous Radio City Music Hall... one of the happiest places on earth|
Wishing all of you a very Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year!