Welcome to American Photo Colorizing .com’s photo blog.The year is 1935. Even many moons ago, big balloons were a staple of the “Macy’s Day Parade” (as New Yorkers fondly refer to it). Today, a million spectators line the parade route. From 77th Street at Central Park West to Columbus Circle at 6th Avenue, past 42nd Street, all the way to Macy’s Department Store at 34th Street in Herald Square come the marching bands, floats, the big balloons, singers, dancers . . . and of course, Santa Claus. If you haven’t seen Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, “you just ain’t seen a parade, Mac”. This is the parade that the 1947 film, “Miracle On 34th Street” is all about.
One final “plug” . . . kids today are often shocked to discover the world wasn’t black & white until the 1980s. The color that we’ve brought to this 80 year-old image of the Macy’s Parade – can be the color we bring to your own vintage family or museum photos. We serve Museums, Television, Media and Families like yours. We’re American Photo Colorizing.com, and we look forward to serving you and yours this Christmas season – with stuffing and gravy.
Christmas will sneak up on you before you know it. Time to start looking through your family photo collection. A beautifully-colorized image of your ancestors (suitable for enlarging and framing) makes a wonderful keepsake for the entire family. This year, “Give the Christmas Present of Christmas Past!”
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