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Wednesday, 11 May 2011


Seen on the Welsh - English border whilst walking along the Offa's Dyke National Trail.


Colin Griffiths said...

Or maybe just shoe-horned!

becky said...

We have a lot of those hanging around in the southwest USA- they are quite fashionable here! Maybe it's a warning for the animals to not try to get out!

Sill Scaroni said...

Just missed a sign saying: do not approach. ;))
Very good photo.

Life Like This.. said...

That's really a haunting kind of warning. Amazing picture Trevor..

Greetings and regards,

ADRIAN said...

Nice one.....don't stick your head through fences.

ρομπερτ said...

Those Welsh people I met were only friendly ones, joining with a couple of Guinness.
Thank you for the memories. Please have a good weekend.

daily athens

Trevor Woodford said...

Please note:
A number of comments on this post were lost in the 'blogger crash'.

daigo said...

It is a little scary picture.
You are activist! I respect you. I want to get a bike.

Olga said...

What a dramatic photo. Call me predictable, but I immediately have Georgia O'Keeffe popping in mind.

Colin Griffiths said...

Yes I left a comment that must have got lost in cyber space, I think it was quite witty but I can't remember what it was for the life of me! I think that the sheep looking at what is going on is quite comical.

DUTA said...

Warning or not , it's an amazing picture, especially when enlarged!

becky said...

yes, it looks as if my comment disappeared- they say they are working on getting the comments restored, so perhaps they will yet return! i am missing a whole post that seems to have disappeared into cyberspace!!!
thanks for the kind comment on my blog today!

ADRIAN said...

A warning not to stick ones head through fences perhaps.

Book said...

I am constantly amazed at how beautiful the world is through your pictures!!

BrandNewStudio said...

Wonderful Work
good creations

Once Known as The Badger said...

It looks like something one might see in Wyoming! (I know, I used to live there)