Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Sundog sees a sundog

A sundog flanked the Aerial Lift Bridge this morning. Do you see the rainbow of light on the right? There was another rainbow arch on the left, but I didn’t have a wide enough camera lens to capture it. Sundogs are very hard to get a photo of because the arcs are so far apart […]

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A bucket of salt keeps the slips and slides away

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Carvernous sidewalk

The snow has gotten very high. I fear some people have just given up on keeping their sidewalk clear, but here is a sidewalk with snow surrounding it like a cavern.

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas from First United Methodist Church a.k.a. the Coppertop.

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Christmas Gazebo

This house on Martha Street has quite a few decorations. I think it is a grandpa and grandma’s house intended to delight the grandchildren.

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House with turret

I’ve always liked the looks of this house in East Hillside. It is kitty-corner from the Farmers Market at Third Street and 14th Avenue East.

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Lit trees in front of Tower Hall

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Christmas lights

I love the homes on the upper side of Portland Square.

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Snowflake deocrations in the skywalk

I’ve taken photos of the skywalks from the outside, but this afternoon as I thought they looked very lovely from the inside too.

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Freeze over?

We’ve watched the lake with its seasmoke now for most of December. This morning it looks like it is ready to freeze over.

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