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loweskid e2
13 2.0k 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2010 10:40PM
Anyone know what this is?.

Taken high on a mountain ridge in the Sheefry Mountains, Ireland.

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Camairish e2
9 1.3k Scotland
12 Feb 2010 11:03PM
I think it may have been put there to trap a large spider - my mum had a smaller version which let you trap them humanely then release them.

Did you peek underneath it?
canonfan46 e2
5 1.1k United Kingdom
12 Feb 2010 11:07PM
In Ireland we find things like that all the time............but we have learnt NOT to peek underneath them......Smile
loweskid e2
13 2.0k 1 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2010 12:40AM
No I didn't peek underneath..!

Anyway, thanks to someone on the alamy forum, I now know what it is - a marker for surveying. One of these
collywobles e2
10 3.4k 9 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2010 8:27AM
You had to spoil it -- the Spider explanation was by far the best. (8o)

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