Holiday Lights NYC: Out and about in the City

Holiday Lights NYC at Hudson Yards

Predominantly, Holiday Lights NYC and this time of year feels like a fantasy land. Mostly, the cold, wintry air and an electrified ambiance are companions for delectable energy. Amongst other things, twinkling string lights, shiny building facades, and shimmering market shops adorn the cityscape.

In essence, we celebrated the holidays this year by taking a few strolls in the city. We stopped by the Bronx zoo Holiday Lights, Bryant Park Winter Village, and Hudson Yards. While sashaying through the urbs, we feasted on pizzas and donuts and sipped on warm, velvety hot chocolate. For the most part, there was a delight and vivid playfulness everywhere. Rainbows of the night and starlights on an inky sky.  And a grand arena with its steady beat giving us light and hope.

To be sure, we are now ready for a snazzy, ritzy, and swanky 2021. Are you?

 

Randomly, a few things that caught the eye …

Holiday Lights NYC at Hudson Yards

 

~ Notably, these Gleaming Ice Crystals and a Radiant Troupe of Dancers 

Holiday Lights NYC at Bryant Park Ice Rink

 

Holiday Lights NYC at Bryant Park Ice Rink

 

~ Here, these overindulging market stalls lining up the esplanade 

Holiday Lights NYC at Bryant Park

 

Holiday Lights NYC at Bryant Park

 

Holiday Lights NYC at Bryant Park

 

~ Meanwhile, little riders galloping to the tunes of looped circus music

Bryant Park Winter Village

 

~ In this case, these Feral Gems regaling in a Winter Wonderland 

Holiday Lights Bronx Zoo

 

Holiday Lights Bronx Zoo

 

Holiday Lights Bronx Zoo

 

~ Again, immersing in this luminosity

Holiday Lights NYC at Hudson Yards

 

Hudson Yards Vessel

 

Holiday Lights NYC at Hudson Yards

 

Holiday Lights NYC

 

~ And, a Happy New Year from all of us! 

Holiday Lights NYC

 

 

Just a Little Bit More …

~ Furthermore, Edge NYC, at 1,131 feet high in the Western Hemisphere

~ As Well,  Dyker Heights Neighborhood lights

~ If looking for more enigma, then Catacombs by Candlelight

~ Waterline Square Park, a cold war Submarine-Themed Tiki Bar and Little Island of NYC,  Hello 2021.

~ Not over Holidays yet? Then, try this Orange Upside Down Cake.

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