The Bay Window

By: Lesley

Dec 23 2010

Category: Toronto

6 Comments

Aperture:f/3.3
Focal Length:4.1mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/25 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

The Bay (The Hudson’s Bay Store) on Queen St carries on the tradition of the Christmas window animated displays. Note the old fashioned scene and the ubiquitous point blankets that symbolize The Bay more than any other product. [You can read facts and history about the point blanket here]

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6 comments on “The Bay Window”

  1. i could spend a lot of time looking into that window display and photographing it too.

    happy christmas.

  2. That is a delightful window display! The old businesses really know how to carry on the tradition of Christmas.

  3. Nice photo. Just a few decades ago it used to be call The Hudson’s Bay Company.

  4. Thanks for reminding me to go downtown to see the Christmas windows at the Bay. I didn’t know those stripy blankets were called point blankets. I just called them Hudson Bay blankets. Merry Christmas!

  5. I could spend lots of time there, too 😉
    Happy X-mas!

  6. A stunning display, I can remember as a child being fascinated by animated displays, OK I admit it, still am. Thanks for sharing and a merry Christmas.


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