Photos of the Week, Aug. 3 - 9
Each week, the Gazette presents the area through the eyes of Gazette photographers.
Justin Raible, of Indiana, took his turn scaling the climbing wall, then rappelling Friday during Camp Cadet at Camp Seph Mack near Penn Run. The weeklong camp for children ages 13 to 15 gives them an inside look at various aspects of law enforcement. (Tom Peel/Gazette) See more photos from the camp here.
Hummingbirds fed Friday at the home of Bob and Jane Empfield near Penn Run. With a number of feeders in their yard, the Empfields said the tiny birds are frequent visitors there. (Tom Peel/Gazette photo)
Alex Garland, 23, of Indiana, tended Friday to the 1,000 origami paper cranes she made and hung from the ceiling at the Heritage House Suites along South Sixth Street in Indiana for a dinner party last week. Garland, whose mother, Katie Garland, is the manager at a Heritage House, spent about a year making them. She got the idea from the 1977 book "Sadako and a Thousand Paper Cranes," about a child victim of the atomic bombing in Hiroshima who was inspired by a Japanese legend that someone who created 1,000 cranes would be cured by the gods. Sadako Sasaki died before she could finish.
On Wednesday, Erika Yasolsky, 9, helped her grandmother, Elva Yasolsky, set up the Eagle Run Farm booth at the Farmers Market in the parking lot of the former BiLo along wayne Avenue in White Township. The farm, in Timblin, Jefferson County, is owned by John Sherry. Erika is the daughter of Heather and Steve Yasolsky, of Altoona. This week is National Farmers Market Week. Indiana's is one of 300 such markets in the state. (Teri Enciso/gazette photo)
HEADING BACK: A worker at Altemus Farms in Cherryhill Township, outside of Penn Run, brought back a load of harvested cabbage Monday on South Harmony Road. (Tom Peel/Gazette photo)
On Friday, Aug. 1, this sunset in Indiana, Pa., was viewed from the grounds of St. Bernard Church. An HDR image by James J. Nestor/Gazette.
The annual Sweet Corn Festival was held Sunday at Yarnick’s Vegetable Farm in Armstrong Township, with food and
entertainment. Chef Nick Karas, of Nap’s Cucina Mia, and chef Mark Lubinski, of The Coventry Inn, cooked for the crowd. (James J. Nestor/Gazette photo)
A power line caught fire at the corner of Rex Avenue and Philadelphia Street on Sunday, possibly from being struck by lightning.