Thursday, August 15, 2019

A Mystery

I found this cute green structure along a boulevard by a school yard where there are several community maintained gardens so I assume that this was installed for entertainment of some kind. There seems to be a solar collector on the top and that dark rectangle along the post is a glass viewing opening but the glass is all fogged up and opaque. It is a complete mystery as to what it is and I could find no info at all.

18 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well that is intriguing Pat. I'm guessing the black square could be like a periscope and the solar panels energise something going on in the little house below.. of course I could be wrong 😉

eileeninmd said...

Could it have a camera and a nest? It reminds me of a birdhouse. Wishing you a happy day!

Tom said...

...birdie highrise.

Taken For Granted said...

It could be a Martin house? Who knows what the solar collector powers? Perhaps this Martin house come with cable TV?

Lea said...

It is cute, but there seem to be too many openings to be a bird house.
Have a wonderful day!

Sharon said...

I was thinking birdhouse too. I wonder if the intent was to let the viewer see what was going on inside a nest and the solar panels provide a low light. It is certainly a mystery!

William Kendall said...

I'm thinking birdhouse too.

Jenn said...

The viewing glass must have worked at one point! Interesting.

Andy said...

Judging by the colour, the Irish Leprechauns are playing tricks on you.
\(ˆ˚ˆ)/

Cloudia said...

A bird mansion!

jennyfreckles said...

Very intriguing... A periscope, maybe?

bill burke said...

The latest bird highrise model with a viewing scope.

Revrunner said...

A solar powered birdhouse was my thought. Why not? :-)

Kay said...

Solar heated birdhouse?

s.c said...

Perhaps a way to disguise something else.

Jenn Jilks said...

How exciting! A mystery!

Jack said...

Uhhhhhhh . . . not a clue. Sorry.

21 Wits said...

I do love mysteries and this is one that I'd truly like to solve! I find the little concrete steps up interesting too, is it made for squirrels?