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Posted on 14 July 2013.
This rainbow appeared Sunday night, looking east from Potts Street. See another photo below. (Jeanne Neumann photo)
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The rainbow appeared around the time that this sunshower passed over South Street. (Tilly Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
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Posted in Environment, Photo of the Day, West side
Posted on 13 July 2013.
Workers prepare to chop up the first of the two trees
The second tree falls.
A local tree service took down the two trees Thursday, July 11, after one was damaged in a July 4 storm.
The trees are gone.
A local tree service cut down the two Eastern Red Cedars on either side of the main entrance the Chambers Building at Davidson College Thursday. Davidson College officials decided to cut the trees after damage in a July 4 storm.
One tree lost major branches in the high winds, and a later inspected showed cavities within the main trunk. The other tree was removed “to maintain the symmetry of the Chambers façade,” the college said.
Thanks to Gordon Clark of Davidson Village Inn and Wendy Roberts of the college for sharing their photos.
July 10, 2013, DavidsonNews.net, “Twin cedars at Chambers Hall coming down after storm damage”
July 8, 2013, Davidson.edu, “Storm-Damaged Iconic Cedars Flanking Chambers Entry Will Be Removed”
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