Sunday, November 28, 2021

PHOTOS: This Week in Columbia

Recent photos of Columbia

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


Tis the season.

Even this guy's in town.

Jesse the Computer Guy (aka Santa) has some great deals at his shop at 23 N. 4th Street.

Parking was free downtown this weekend.

Looks like Mary is saying a much-needed prayer for Columbia.

Streetlight in the daytime

The post office is occasionally using rentals now.

Fall sunset

Deer crossing at Laurel Hill 

Fiery cloud

The American Legion installed its new LED sign.

The storm trackers were in town.

The goats are back at the former McGinness airport.

God only knows what they've been eating 
out there.

Our sleepy little hamlet as seen from Wrightsville

Ghost sign at 254 Locust
It says something about "FURNITURE."

When you really need to retrieve your cell phone

Can you count the rings?
Probably not, because they've been obscured by grooves and ruts from a chainsaw.
This is a cross-section of the old sycamore that was cut last week to make way for a Majik appliance store at 921 Lancaster Avenue.  
As the mayor said, "That's progress."
Here are some other scenes from the demo site:

This is a rendition of the new building.


Meanwhile, the Eberly Myers project continues on the 100 block of Locust.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Mary is praying for the birth of Christianity. Not for columbia