This week's pics from around Columbia...
Well, not exactly in Columbia.
This photo of Darryl Strawberry was taken at Clipper Stadium on Sunday, September 3.
Take a load off - several loads, in fact.
Out for a ride
Drying t-shirts, old school
Door knocker on the 200 block of Locust
Throwing your butts on the ground is still littering.
Wrong way - down the high school hill.
Shadow of something looming
Wrightsville isn't the only place with falling bridge parts.
This shot was taken at Columbia River Park.
Bald cypress growing nicely
Jerry Heads at Columbia Creative Factory
Home of the Slender Man?
Cowboy with green face.
Could his name be Moss Hart?
Cups "For Payback Money" and some not-too-bad drawings
Reflecting on the next step
These mattresses and bed parts were sitting on the sidewalk on the 200 block of Locust on Friday.
Some folks took some of them away.
Many mattresses were sitting out.
They were marked "free."
Inside, the former mattress store was empty.
The Venues nightclub previously occupied this space.
Over on Avenue I, this mattress is still there - as it has been for at least a month.
A lion lurks on Walnut.
He was recently shaved - but for comfort, or for style?
The tail tells the tale.
"In the jungle, the mighty jungle,
The lion sleeps tonight."
Meanwhile, down at Take Away Refuse...
There are several cats that might be ferals.
Some are shyer than others.
Still more sticker shock
Armageddon is right around the corner.
That's right, you can't just go building right onto someone's building.
That's quite a list of violations over on 3rd Street.
Here's the new name of the former Cherry Street Guest Home.
Not a bad idea
Notice of delinquent taxes on the door of 337 Cherry.
Brian K. Fake is listed as the owner. He is also listed as one of the owners of 134 North 3rd Street, which was recently condemned.
Columbia Spy reported on the story HERE.
Workers have been repairing the 3rd Street property over the past month.
Mi s ng message?
Sign on South 5th
So... how fast are we allowed to go?
He also barks his fool head off when you walk past the gate.
This is the North 6th Street property where the grass is rarely mowed.
There it is now - and there's the grass.
Thinking - a lost art?
"Weird" could also be a reason FOR touching.
Just when the mayflies are finally gone...
The dragons invade!
The Susquehanna Mirror
Scads of scum
The Campfire Girls must have been here.
Of the trolley
At least for this season