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Fortnum and Mason’s Xmas Window Decoration 2013


Among the big shops in London which one got the most heavy Gothic

taste may be a point of argument though, in my view, a shop selling

exactly the same things 100 of years = Fortnum & Mason must stand out

in its stubborn position.  —– Started to sell the candles to the palace and

expanded to deal with the Tea and established over the years,

Tea is a Tea = no new model or fashion there.  (Herbal tea is not a Tea !)


So the same shop is standing on the same place, looks the same too.


The design of Xmas window decoration is also heavier than Selfridges,

such as against the children’s tale, Fortnum & Mason chose

Greek Mythology — kind of difference. 


So, their taste for ancient Greek leafy pattern is still continuing though,

this years concept is more casual. = story from the next door.


It seems, even the shop stuck to the old tradition, the north Arctic

frontier, where Santa is based on, having a technological advancement

—– now, Santa is using a cart, instead of sleigh.   (Photo Right )







Santa’s new cart !



Any how, —– it’s fun  😀

(Shot by Canon 5D Mk-III, 24~70 F2.8, Pentax 15mm F3.5)



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  1. bentehaarstad said, on December 20, 2013 at 02:08

    I could do with some Fornum tea (no herbal). No reindeers? 🙂

    • yoshizen said, on December 20, 2013 at 02:33

      I’m a bit suspicious, wasn’t that cart, the one they have used for a chariot of Goddess before ? ? ? 😀

  2. drawandshoot said, on December 22, 2013 at 22:54

    Love the reflections! Especially the little girl. Beautiful!

    • yoshizen said, on December 22, 2013 at 23:33

      Thank you Karen.
      Ha ha ha —- some people advised me to use
      polarizing filter. Very good 😀

  3. Kan-zakura = Winter-cherry | Yoshizen's Blog said, on December 28, 2013 at 04:38

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