Sunday, April 10, 2022

About Town - April 10, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia 

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

Cross-eyed lion on a clock near the entrance to the National Watch & Clock Museum

A C-130 flew unusually low over the town on Tuesday.

It circled the town, then headed north.

Daytime moon 

St. John's appears to be on fire, but it's just topped with a passing cloud.

Urn at Mount Bethel
There's some sort of lettering just above the "scallops."
(Does it say ETRUSCAN?)

Yet another shot of the Weeping Angel at Mount Bethel

Still 4 SALE
It's parked in the CVS parking lot.

The Columbia Animal Shelter estimates there are over 1,000 feral cats in town.
(This one looks too healthy to be a feral, though.)

Vintage Revival Market on Saturday

Another look

Vero's Magic Touch on the 400 block of Locust

Fragments of the Past

Illuminated cross at Fragments of the Past on the 300 block of Walnut

Post office in the morning

Vehicle line-up at the post office

Another look at the Columbia School of Music at 4th & Walnut

UGI on South 5th, where several properties are slated for demolition.

Men at work?

Water company employees addressed a leak on the 900/1000 block of Ironville Pike on Monday.

That stretch of road was closed for a few hours.

A cherub in contemplation

Entrance to the borough farm

According to a borough employee, the farm will now be open 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, 8 a.m. to noon, for yard waste drop-off.

Looking down Blue Lane towards 441

The trees removed from Columbia Crossing a few weeks ago ended up at the borough farm.

Lowering the ladder on Manor

Work is progressing at the former Andy's Market location at 4th & Cherry.

Chinook flying over - a fairly common sight lately

Snack time

Trunk at Laurel Hill, whose bark is probably worse than its bite.

Columbia as seen from Mount Pisgah

Here's another shot.

Padlocked mayfly on a clock at the Watch & Clock Museum

Plane with landing gear deployed going in for a landing at HIA (most likely).

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