Sunday, September 27, 2020

About Town 9/27/2020

This week's photos of Columbia

(Click or tap on photos to see larger, sharper images.) 

More faces about town . . .

(Continued from last week)

8th & Walnut

Here's a slightly longer view.

At the Buddhist temple on South 2nd
(Shown above and below)


It's at 125 Walnut Street.

Apparently, there's an open-door policy.

Line painting along Route 462 . . .

Work continues on the Shawnee Run restoration project
(Between Mill Street and 4th Street)

This squirrel seems unimpressed.

Maybe he didn't read the sign.


You matter.

Light in shade

New paint job at borough hall

"The corn is as high as an elephant's eye . . ."
(Avenue X)

Another open-door policy


Workers inspect the front of Hotel Columbia

Fancy tree well on the 400 block of Locust

Electric flag

Front end passenger

Albatwitch Day - Saturday, October 17, 2020

There's an albatwitch now.

Blue lights to back the blue

Dusk on the river

Night flight

They're still doing it.

Right through the center of town.

Someone damaged the hornets nest at Laurel Hill Cemetery, apparently by throwing stones at it.
(Note the stones in front of the gravestone.)

Hopefully, the marks on the gravestone aren't permanent.


Ribbed sky

Spotted lanternfly

Bird in the bush

The family invited itself over.
(The one in the middle must be the mother-in-law.)

Aspiring heavenward

Out in the fog

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