I saw this lamp post on my walk around the park a had to add it to this week’s theme.
Oops! I started humming "The 59th Street Bridge Song" but there are no flowers hanging on that lamp post. There's a grounded bird outside my window right now. Despite the lack of clean & shiny around here, birds continue to fly into our windows full-force. It'll be back to flying within the hour, but for now it is down for the count.
That's odd. I saw a similar one on a corner a few blocks up the street as I ran errands today.
Karen - I love that song. When I was in high school, our house had 6' windows in the living room. One summer a bird, we think the same one, would come by a few times a week and spend a half hour flying into the windows trying to get in. After hitting the window it would perch on the balcony railing for a few minutes, get it's head back together and then try for another window.Lisa - Hmm, must be some kind of epidemic.
These are well and truly grounded!
That lamppost certainly ended up grounded. Nice when a perfect shot falls at your feet.
Those would have to be some BIG termites, unless they got a little help from the wind or a vehicle.
Could have been an IED connected to the electrics.
Maybe carpenter ants or bees weakened it, and then the wind finished it off?~
Ut oh! I hope no one was injured!
at least it seems to have grounded itself AWAY from the street and cars...
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