Thursday, October 17, 2013

Three old wooden ?????s on the hill

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Three mystery things stand atop the highest bare hill, right in the center of Meitar.


I  decided it was time to climb the steep sort-of path next to the planted cacti and see what's up there.


Under each of the three wooden frames someone had tried to make a cement chair (or throne?) in or on the big stones.
Maybe it was the Scouts or another youth movement?
Maybe I should ask some of the residents.
Or maybe I prefer it to remain the mystery place. . . .

In any case, the view of the sky and of Meitar's several neighborhoods is great from up there.
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(Linking to SkyWatch Friday.)
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16 comments:

Laura said...

Maybe sukkot and the roofs and walls fell down.. the chairs for welcoming guests??? Beautiful sky no matter what the mystery. Shabbat Shalom.

HansHB said...

A nice sky-post!

Dina said...

Laura, that is a nice Jewish answer. But Sukkot has come and gone and no one was up there. In 2 1/2 months living in Meitar, I have never seen a soul on that hill.

Hans, danke!

Carol L McKenna said...

Lovely and sacred looking photo for SWF ~ carol xx

Jim said...

Great post

Karen said...

Whatever it is, it has a nice view!

crystal said...

Very curious. Beautiful blue sky :)

Hilda said...

It looks so symmetrical and planned, whatever it's for. At least they provide a place to sit so you can savor the views.

Dee said...

Interesting.

cieldequimper said...

A bit of mystery is always good...

Adullamite said...

A 'High Place' by local Baal worshipers?
A mystery indeed, but probably nothing serious sadly.

VP said...

It is clearly a location where the aliens will land...

Suzanne said...

Curious indeed. I'd let it take up space in your imagination for a while until the truth presents itself.

Lakshmi said...

Love mysteries and landscapes like this..

Spiderdama said...

It is this colors of the sky, the clouds and the ground, contrasts I love with the desert.
Especially beautiful photos Dina!

William Kendall said...

Starkly beautiful.