Dangers come in many forms, be they physical, legal or just potential, so I especially enjoyed the implicit warning related to being on private property and explicit warning that there is a bull loose on said property in the photo for this weeks photo challenge. Note, these signs were shot on a 60-degree incline leading into the property, which must mean that the bull was trained by mountain goats to be able to traverse this area, and I didn’t find similar signs on the side leading out, leading me to assume that the bull mainly frequents this particular section. Great, a parkour-bull with territorial preferences.
That said, who wouldn’t brave a bit of a danger for a beautiful view like the one below overlooking Greystones in County Wicklow, Ireland, though it does challenge the whole emerald isle thing.
This post is in response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Danger
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What a view!
Wow, looks like a beautiful place for hangout
On a day like this, it’s perfect!
Those signs sound like a bit of bull, but the view isn’t.