FROM READERS: Photos of summer in Columbia

Saturday, July 21, 2012 | 10:00 a.m. CDT
Our Twitter follower Christian Valdivia (@fashion_kills) sent us this photo of his summer pool party with a water slide.

An empty hall on MU's campus. Motorcycles. A blow-up water slide. Colorful skyscapes. This is a sampling of what summer in Columbia looks like to Missourian readers. See the full "CoMo Summer 2012" album here, on Facebook.

We'd love to see what your summer looks like, too. Send us a photo of how you are spending your summer days and nights, and we'll post it in our Facebook album. Here's how:

This story is part of a section of the Missourian called From Readers, which is dedicated to your voices and your stories. We hope you'll consider sharing. Here's how. Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.

Our Twitter follower Justin Wann (@JWann4) sent us this photo of motorcycles to represent his summer weekend.
Our Twitter follower and photographer at the Missouri School of Journalism Rachel Coward (@rachelcoward) tweeted this photo of the empty hall in the Arts and Science building at MU.
Our Twitter follower Katie Bailey (@katiejogirl) sent us this photo of her summer in Columbia, which included a trip to GirlTalk's concert at Ninth Street Summerfest.
Our Twitter follower John Wilson (@JVWilson79) photographed this summer sunset in Columbia.

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