Sunday, February 20, 2022

About Town - February 20, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia

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

Early morning moon at the DAC

Heads Up on Barber Street

Pillars in late afternoon light

A meat heart - 
Not in Columbia but strange nonetheless

Love is in the air.

The "diversion" for the water intake project has become an efficient debris collector.

Yes it has.

On June 28, 1863, several Columbians helped burn the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge to keep the Confederates out of here. They're buried in Mount Bethel Cemetery. 
Yet, this thing now flies in Columbia.

There's a strange-looking cloud.

Here's a closer look.

Doggo looking tired but wary.

Google tells us: 
"In the military, a Nine Line is a medevac request for a soldier that is injured on the battlefield. To soldiers, a Nine Line symbolizes patriotism, hope, and trust in one's countrymen."

Up a tree

Trees were being cut at Saint Peter Apartments the other day.

This is how you block a street.

Be aware of new stop signs in town.

In flight

Cracks have become trees, or is it vice versa?

Deer in the dark:


More clouds:


Flags flying:


Damage assessment

Welcome to Columbia

Meal, finished or about to begin?

At 2nd & Walnut

When's the next MS4 inspection?

The 300 block of Avenue G never fails to disappoint.

More of the bridge:


JG Environmental is interested in our sewer plant.

This is their facility in Lancaster.


Not the eye of Sauron, but possibly that of Treebeard

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