(Click/tap on photos to see larger, clearer images.)
Strollin' down Avenue I
Time for a trim
Flowery frog on the wall
Lawn mowing at Locust Street Park
Moon in the clouds
Still waiting for our very own Banksy
Lots o' trash in Avenue H
This equipment belongs to the Susquehanna River Basin Commission.
The Commission checks the water quality of the Susquehanna from New York to Maryland 26 times a year.
Didn't Columbia Borough's solicitors have an office here on the 400 block of Locust?
A few days later - It's still there.
He found one of Columbia's nuts.
The Columbia Presbyterian Church gave out food to residents on Thursday. The night before, borough officials, local big shots, and Urban Land Institute out-of-towners enjoyed a catered dinner at Columbia Crossing on the taxpayers' dime. (By the way, that $10,000 ULI study didn't tell us anything we couldn't have figured out on our own.)
Ready to fly
Could have been lucrative, according to this song.
One man's trash is another squirrel's treasure - or something like that.
Love in the grass
Some folks call these weeds "elephant ears."
Truck 80 returning
Up on 8th Street
Biking for fitness
Once thriving in Columbia
Two of the original bridge light fixtures at Sahd's Salvage
Has liberty died?
Old school way of installing a door frame, big shims and all
This was free.
Men at work
School board candidates
More sidewalk seats to watch the town go by
(3rd & Cherry)
The works of Columbia artist Rosemary Horn Robinson were on display at Mount Bethel today. Her bio and some of her illustrations are shown below.