Let's start our journey with this night picture of a street. There is a red
double-decker bus and the street is crowded with people. It's a very famous
shopping street in London. Where was this photo taken?
Downing Street, London
Oxford Street, London
Piccadilly Circus, London
Regent Street, London
This was a lovely shop window display back in 2007 with a lot of toys. Do
you know which store this shop window belongs to?
Debenhams in Oxford Street
Harrods in Brompton Road
Marks and Spencer in Regent Street
the famous Hamleys toy store
This is another Christmas decoration. This time it looks like ‘paper’
chains. Well, they are not made of paper, but I'm sure they remind you of the
ones you had (or have) on your Christmas trees. Where was this photo taken?
Hyde Park, London
What a lovely setting. A Christmas tree by a fire place, a lot of gifts and
stockings. But whose flat is it? And is it actually a flat?
No, it' s just a shop window display.
No, it's an area inside a department store.
Yes, it's my friend's flat.
Yes, it's my friends' flat.
And what do we have here? This is a photo from a Christmas market and this
question will be extremely easy. What can you see in the picture?
nuts and berries
These beautiful Christmas decorations were in Regent Street back in
2007. They were clusters of lights that continually changed colours and
sequence. The lights reacted to different things such as music, movement on the
street, population density of the people below or weather conditions. Who
brought them to Regent Street and why?
Harrods, because they opened a new shop in Regent Street.
Nokia, because they opened a new store in Regent Street.
Philips, because this was a part of their big advertising campaign.
Samsung, because they sponsored a famous Christmas market in that street.
Another picture taken at night. What can you see in the picture?
an observation wheel in Hyde Park
the Hyde Park Eye
the London Eye
the Millenium Eye
This is another picture from a Christmas market. This time it's Borough
Market. You can see a close-up photo of a rack with many different kinds of one
beverage. What beverage is it?
Let's stay at Borough Market for a while. This picture might not be pleasing
to the eye, but it is also connected with Christmas. What can you see in this
ducks and chickens
chickens and geese
chickens and turkeys
turkeys and ducks
This is our final photo today. You can see a man on the river bank in the
heart of London. Can you guess what he is trying to build from the sand?
a couple watching telly
a man with a Christmas tree
Father Christmas watching TV
Santa Claus on skis