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Selfridge’s Xmas decoration for 2014 (it was)

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I know, it was a bit (very) slow to upload.  Still, they are the 2014 annual Xmas  

decoration of the Selfridge.  As expected, Oxford Street was very noisy and vibrant.  

—– those Steel band musician were the first people I saw wearing Santa’s

costume on this year.  (As people fed-up, it must be out of fashion.)

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Selfridge put an explanation of the concept / story though, — ? ? ? who read it ?

So, I have no idea what about those decoration meant.  😀

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And those decorations are quite mysterious and bizarre.   😀

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Last one of those circular image was not by fisheye lens.  

It was a reflection of me on a mirror ball.  🙂

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I guess, you opened all the presents received. (did you ?)

What ever, enjoy a holiday.

(The lens used were, Canon EF Fisheye Zoom 8-15mm F2.8 , EF Zoom 24-70mm F2.8

on Canon 5D Mk-III )

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  1. bentehaarstad said, on December 25, 2014 at 22:37

    Bizarre, yes, but I guess Christmas is very different in a big city. They have to invent some ideas.

    • yoshizen said, on December 25, 2014 at 23:27

      Reason was very simple. Children’s sweet stories has
      been done years ago = as the story has run-out, the
      designer has to invent something new. 😀

  2. drawandshoot said, on December 30, 2014 at 15:13

    Strange and wonderful. I love how your fisheye lens makes everything look like it’s in a big snow globe!

    • yoshizen said, on December 30, 2014 at 15:25

      Yah, it’s a lazy man’s lens = capture everything on front
      then trimme the image. 😀
      And it is a small lens in comparison to the other.


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