I’ve stolen the title of this post from a Flickr Group which features ‘Stick Figures in Peril’. The best part of joining this group is all the comments as people try to guess the meaning of the signs.
An acorn on the footpath marker indicates that this is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast Trail; I like the little warning not to take a header off the crumbling cliffs.
This is the kind of crumbling cliff they warn you about. There is a footpath there somewhere.
This sign is for tsunamis, but if there isn’t a tsunami, why ever would you want to escape? Oh okay, apparently you can get caught by a high tide and need a way out.
Beware Bear! I adore this bear! Who wouldn’t want to be chased by such a magnificent creature? Apparently there were two young black bears on the ‘Escape Trail to Botany Bay’.Another warning sign with bullet hole exclamation points (from BC’s cowboy country).
Stick cat in peril: home-made road sign near Dinant, Belgium requests people to slow down for the kitties’ sakes.
The cat that posed for the sign??? He was in close proximity!
‘Beware Rock!’ — the overprotective authorities in Hong Kong have made sure that no one trips over any protruding rocks that jut out along the pathway that leads around Lamma Island, a short ferry ride away from Hong Kong.
Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands
‘Dangerous Currents’ didn’t stop the surfers the day the remnants of a hurricane created some really huge waves.
More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger.