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A ‘ dark’ post but appropriate for the time of the year. Early evening in the Old Town High Street shows glistening puddles – it’s drizzling yet again, so very few folks out and about . . . but quintessentially British.
At Schmizu, the window and the shop inside, look stylish – as always – beautiful display and the shop’s still open . . .
. . . equally creative are the windows of Bells. Many buildings – houses and shops – have discreet festive lighting – just visible. Curtains are left open at Christmas time, to allow the outer world to enjoy what is happening within . . .
. . some shop windows are all about window shopping – dresses – yes, possibly . . .
. . . and such fragile memories from childhood show in the double frontage display of Hendy’s Home Store.
Pretty swags across George Street …
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