Flags waving at the Catholic War Vets
Sunlit moon flower
Nag, nag, nag!
Sundial at Laurel Hill Cemetery
The quote, “Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be..." is by English poet Robert Browning.
Apparently, the bar that the bird is supporting is called a "gnomon."
Someone's been sitting at the window too long.
Nasty habit, that!
Littering, that is.
Even when it's placed in a baggie first.
Or thrown into a tree grate.
We're ready for our closeup, Mr. DeMille.
These juvenile black vultures were sitting on a condemned building in the 500 block of Avenue H.
Weather-seasoned outdoor sofa on the 100 block of Locust
Take a closer look.
This is what's supporting the overhang?
At Columbia River Park - parking for vehicles with trailers only.
Hornet's nest on the 300 block of Walnut.
Don't stir it up.
Horse galloping on the wind
New OPEN flag at the municipal building
There are plans for this building in the 600 block of Avenue H.
The owner hopes to put in 10 storage units on the first floor.
Vehicles will need to back in here from the alley.
There won't be any storage units on the second floor.
The matter will be discussed further at this week's meeting of the Zoning Hearing Board on Wednesday, July 26, at 7 p.m.
Weed City USA?
Painting the town - or at least a small part of it.
L. Weber & Sons painting 462 Chestnut Street
Way up in there
The remains of the night
Maybe the sumac leaves help catch the signal, thus strengthening it.
The message here?
Bee-lieve you me, he got the point!
More middle school modernism
Sidewalk stove at Bootleg Antiques
It's a Keeley!
The Keeley Stove factory was opened in Columbia in February of 1883. By 1888, the company was producing 20,000 stoves per year. It survived until 1948.
How about just until 2 a.m.?
Bicycle - minus the other wheel and handle bars
Overheard bit of conversation on the 400 block of Locust Street on Friday, July 21:
"At night time when the bed bugs come out you see 'em - like roaches."