Hello my dear readers and a very Merry Christmas to you all if you are indeed celebrating it like we do here in the creative confines of the PiercingKen Sanctum Sanctorum. I’m a little behind in getting this posting online today and that was based on my needing to pull a lot of the photos off of the new phone as opposed to how I usually did this with my little point and shoot camera. That said, here are a whole bunch of Christmas themed visuals and be sure to stick around until the very end because that is the place to see all of the giant Christmas trees that we snapped as well. I’ll keep the banter light and let these photos do the talking. Enjoy.
“It’s my most wonderful blog, of the year…..fa la la la la la, la la la la…..” I realize that I have mixed up two entirely different Christmas songs but yes my dear readers, it is that time of the year that I bring to your attention for hopeful visual entertainment, a myriad of Christmastime images that I had encountered during the weeks little up to Christmas Day. Let’s start out at my own abode, the headquarters of the PiercingKen Blog 🙂
Welcome to the 2012 edition of my now annual presentation of some of the holiday images that I had observed while wandering around NYC over the course of the last few weeks. For ease of the posting they are all named with the Christmas Day date, but I took all of them at various times over the month of December. I hope you don’t mind, so here we go and “Merry Christmas” to you all 🙂
Hey there readers, its that “Most Wonderful Time Of The Year” again and as we mentioned to you in last year’s posting of this nature, we celebrate Christmas Day here at the PiercingKen domicile and with that in mind I wanted to share with you some of the photography that I observed that best captured the seasonal spirit in my eyes. The response to last year’s adventures was well received so why not run with it again. So without any further adieu please enjoy the now annual presentation of Christmas themed images that I’ve seen while doing my normal adventuring around the city.
I’ll start with this charming little foldout snowman. I used to have a lot of paper decorations like this growing up. Sadly most have worn to the sands of time. Oh well. Moving along