Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Mystery Object and Posts of the Week

I thought I'd add an extra element to this week's POTW. A "mystery object" photo.

Please look at the image below. It's a close up view of part of a larger object which I saw on my way to Frank's one day. Do your best to guess what it is in the comments section. I'll publish the full image, along with other photos in tomorrow's post. Thanks for playing along!



So what do you think it is?

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Without further delay, here are this week's Posts of the Week:

The icon to the left here is yours for the taking if your blog post has been named as a Post of the Week - either as top post or as a runner up, today or in past weeks. I've decided to start mixing up the colours each week. Take whichever one appeals to you.

This week's top post goes to:


at TechnoBabe's Adventures


Other wonderful posts in no particular order are:

The Art of Zen
by Pauline
at Writing Down the Words

Messages from Within
by Bonnie
at Original Art Studio

I Felt the Earth Move
by Debbie
at Suburb Sanity

Muskrat and Teacher
by Sandy
at Writing in Faith

And Suddenly.. It Was Summer
by EthelMae Potter
at The Adventures of Fred and Ethel

We Carry On
by Deb
at Talk at the Table

Contemplation
by TSannie
at The Tombstone Chronicler

Noisy Guy
by Tom
at A Pacific View

The Little Things
by Kerri
at A Little Piece of Me

Hounded
by Brian
at Waystation One

A Step Back in Time
by Country Girl
at Chronicles of a Country Girl


Please drop by their blogs for a visit and leave a kind comment if you have the time. Also, please feel free to add your own choices (for any blog except this one) for a specific blog post in the comments section below, where others can see them.

Thank you.

39 comments:

VM Sehy Photography said...

My guess on the mystery object is a window screen with a curtain in front of it. Because the mesh looks similar to my close up shots of window screens. I am looking forward to finding out the answer.

ellen abbott said...

Looks like plastic bags inside wire containers to me.

LadyFi said...

Looks like ghosts or spirits dancing with joy!

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Zuzana said...

I love the new magenta look to the icon.;))
As always, I am looking forward to read some wonderful posts. Congratulations to everyone.
Love the idea with the image.;) I am a bit lost, but to me it looks like a row of trash cans, with plastic bags in them. Can't wait to know what it truly is.;)
Have a lovely day,
xo

järnebrand said...

Thank you for selecting those wonderful posts for us to read... I'm off checking out a couple of new ones now! :)
I think the photo is an extreme close-up of a some kind of lamp or headlight...
Love/ Jo.

Dave said...

Enlarging the image gave nothing away. Haven't a clue Hilary. Your mystery is well hidden. - Dave

Bonnie, Original Art Studio said...

Hi Hilary, Thanks for including me in the list of Other Wonderful Posts of the week.

As for your image - I will guess dog kennels with plastic to keep the rain out??? I'll be back to find out what it really is!

slommler said...

Fabulous post and I so enjoyed visiting the blogs you featured. Some wonderful stories and I really appreciate you finding and sharing them.
As for your mystery object...hmmmmm....it's a construction site where the windows have been covered with metal screening and then someone tried to cover those with plastic.
How about that for a creative guess?
HA!
Hugs
SueAnn

Brian Miller said...

woohoo! thank you hilary! and i am in great company on that list...

is it a dress shirt?

Country Girl said...

I think it looks like a screened window with a curtain blowing across it. And thanks for the mention of my 30th Street Station post!

deb said...

thank you HIlary. What a nice surprise to wake up to.


the image is quite cool actually, but I have no idea. You're good!

Pauline said...

I am going with Zuzana's guess as she guessed it before I did...

Thanks for another mention in POTW and for several wonderful new sites for us to visit. So many good stories out there!

Kerri said...

It looks like curtains blowing to me but that might be too easy.

I am honored to be mentioned on your blog today ~ Thank you so very much!!

Bachelor said...

I think your mystery object looks like a plastic bag....
Thanks for the posts. Have a nice day! Later! :) The Bach

steviewren said...

Is it a curtain blowing in the wind? I bet that answer is too easy...hmmmmm, can't think of a good alternative though.

Mental P Mama said...

They look like beautiful little fish nets to me! And aside from my friend Country Girl Kate, these are all new! Going to investigate;)

TechnoBabe said...

Hi Hilary, your appreciation of my post this week is a welcome surprise. Thank you for the acknowledgment in your blog and for your wonderful comments on my blog.
My guess regarding the mystery photo is rabbit hutches. How's that for imagination?

Joanne said...

Hm, it looks like some kind of screening, or cages. A chicken coop of some sort?

Phyllis Entis said...

How about the bag inside a wire basket that catches shredded paper from a paper shredder?

Would you like to share any of our snow, Cuzzie? We have accumulated nearly one foot (that's 25cm in "Canadian").

Cuzzie P

TSannie said...

Thank you, Hilary! I'm honored to be included with this lovely group of POTW's!

And I have no idea what that is...can't wait till tomorrow!

Daryl said...

Nice selection

Sherlock Holmes thinks its some sort of filtering system unit ...

Maggie May said...

I reckon the mystery object is a bin liner in a mesh bin......... nah..... too easy! LOL

Nuts in May

Tabor said...

MORE to read? Help!! Your choices are always intriguing and worth the visits. I think it is a sorting area for something or other. Plastic bags for recycle sorting?

Dianne said...

I think Bonnie is right
some sort of kennel covered with plastic

Congrats to all the POTW folks

Off to read

Moannie said...

Darling Hilary...your 'post a comment' is in the wrong place and difficult to see...plus, I hate to winge but I still have to go back to my blog, then click on yours in between reading the winners.

At first I thought it was curtains between screens, but that would be too easy. I intrigued and will be back tomorrow. Now I'm off to read your nomonees.

Moannie said...

I've read four, All good of course but have to come back for the others as it is taking too long...the 'comment' bit has straightened itself out but the back and forth is still happening.XXX

ethelmaepotter! said...

What a treat to awake and find myself included in your prestigious list! Thank you so much; your comments on my posts always make my day, and then this...!

As for the mystery object...I have no idea, but I'm guessing maybe recycling bins?

Suldog said...

My best guess is perhaps a cage, or enclosure, of some sort? Maybe a rabbit hutch? Don't know about the 'curtain', though.

Nancy said...

A garbage bin?

Thanks for the POTW. I have been busy of late, and I know I have missed some great reading. I can always count on visiting here and being pointed in the right direction.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

I was thinking dog kennel

Hilary said...

Thanks everyone for playing along. Several of you are close and a couple of you are correct. I'll have the full image up along with others tomorrow.

All of you were creative in your thinking but Brian, I had no idea you wore puffy shirts! ;)

Thanks also for always supporting those named in the Posts of the Week. You folks are the greatest!

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for the honor, Hilary! That means a lot to me.

I have been thinking about your mystery pictures. My Rorschach moment tells me it's a slender woman trying to put on a sheer, slinky dress. But no....Can't wait to find out.

messymimi said...

My first thought was a chicken coop, too, but I can't wait to see what it turns out to be.

Michael said...

Oh, that's easy. It's the ligament in my left knee. Duh. ;)

Jingle said...

cool meme!

Moannie said...

Thanks Hilary for another great selection and for adjusting the thingummybob so I can browse more easily.

kcinnova said...

Thank you, as always, for such a great variety of terrific posts to check out!
I'm going to have to click on tomorrow's post, because I cannot figure out what that photo is about...

Jingle said...

amazing poem shared...

http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/05/03/jingles-may-awards-week-1-awards-4-u-all/

I posted the awards for May.
please feel free to take what you want from there.