Where in Berkeley?

Where in Berkeley?

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Photo: Chris Rooney

Know where this is? Take a guess and let us know in the Comments.

P.S. We’re getting low on Where in Berkeley photos! Snap some on your travels and send them our way to editors@berkeleyside.com. Thanks!

Update, 8:20pm: J. Farr got it! What you see here are the three remaining pieces of wood from a long-removed tree that grew around the overhead wires on Peralta Street close to the corner of Gilman. Congratulations, J. Farr, on being this week’s winner!

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  • Doug

    Channing @ McKinley?

  • KimAronson

    It cold be on the east side of Grant st. right by Channing Way.

  • J Farr

    Peralta at Gilman

  • Kathe

    Gilman & Peralta? Look up!

  • vine st

    Delaware street near Milvia!

  • serkes

    I don’t know …but all fingers points to the hand of #Berkeley’s notorious Palm Gang marking their territory. This one’s at Berkeley Way & Bonita.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/serkes/11031635504/

  • milk

    oxford and hearst

  • bingo

    where this is. I don’t even know WHAT this is :-)

  • I’ve seen some of these on Oregon, between Shattuck and Fulton. Not sure if these are the same ones.

  • berkeleywalker

    These are remnants of trees. There are some on the utility wires on Alvarado at the bottom of Eucalyptus Path and many more around Berkeley. I always think these are kind of romantic, like a bond that persists after death.

  • Berkeley Southside

    Wheeler & Woolsey (the intersection in South Berkeley named in honor of the popular comedy team of the early 1930s).

  • BerkeleyPariah

    High Court?

  • Children’s Librarian

    Cragmont Rock Park

  • bob

    In front of 1839 Virginia Street below MLK on phone lines.

  • PJ

    Harmon Street near Greg Brown Park

  • J Farr: you got it! What you see here are the three remaining pieces of wood from a long-removed tree that grew around the overhead wires on Peralta Street close to the corner of Gilman. Congratulations on being this week’s winner!

  • Sheesh. There are so many of these around Berkeley, it could have been anywhere.