This week's photos of Columbia
The good, the bad, and the ugly . . .
A man and his "doppelganger" at work on Locust Street.
Very many cacti in Avenue G
Loose bulbs at Locust Street Park
More Christmas lights at Tower Clock Apartments
Gingerbread houses at Borough Hall
Christmas lights at Borough Hall
Have a nice day!
Mosaic of an autumnal scene on the 100 block of Walnut
This has been without a plate for months.
Free meals at 4th & Locust
Plastic flag reflecting
Good fences make good neighbors.
Bad fences - well, who knows?
Honda makes Tardises now?
Meanwhile, in Washington Boro, the Kool-Aid runs strong:
Back to Columbia but not necessarily to sanity:
Two more looks at the Columbia Historic Market House
Gargoyle looking bored with it all
Seagull with an "Excuse me?" look
No parking, due to . . .
. . . Santa's expected arrival down by the bridge.
People are flocking there already.
Speaking of Santa - He might need to have his Check Engine light checked.
No parking on the 200 block of Locust
Moss doesn't make good mortar.
Not at all, as evidenced here
Ferns seem to like it, though.
This mini-loader was sitting in the field at Locust Street and Bank Avenue on Sunday afternoon.
Is it a sign of impending progress on the planned apartment building?
Until then, Merry Christmas Everyone!
It'll be here soon!