Sunday, November 13, 2022

About Town - November 13, 2022

Recent photos of Columbia

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

A state constable was at the polling location at the DAC last Tuesday. But was he there to address problems or create them?

He chatted for well over an hour to a guy at a Mastriano table outside the building.

Meanwhile, construction equipment was partially blocking the polling location at Borough Hall and taking up several parking spaces there.

Sometime during the week, this parking meter pole began leaning over.

Here's a church entrance on the 400 block of Locust.

This informational plaque is at Columbia River Park.

Unfortunately, it's been damaged.

Maybe these people can help.
We just can't have nice things.

Another ornate grave marker at Mount Bethel

Ex-bird in the grass

Google tells us that the stuff growing on some of the markers is lichen.

A foggy view from the cemetery

The cemetery was partially illuminated by the full moon the other evening.
(Here and below)

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This orange rose is growing along the highway.

Last gasp of Halloween

Someone just got seven years bad luck.

Illegal left turn at 5th & Chestnut

Light illuminated by the sun
(Does that mean it's solar-powered?)



Meanwhile, out on Prospect Road

Metallic eagle

Seen at the Catholic War Vets

St. Paul's Episcopal

There's that big house on the hill in York County again.
(as seen from Columbia River Park)


Beach ball, somewhat out of season

Rehab work continues at 551 Avenue H.

Nope, folks still aren't getting it.

Santa sighting, but he doesn't quite have his head together yet.

Lawn and Guardian

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