A traveler back home. But where is home? Home is wherever you are ... or in the distance.
A sad sight, but, as you say, reality. Thanks for sharing!
Wow - that is sobering!
So scary that even after the war is over it's still not safe!
Certainly a sign that it is essential to take seriously. It is such a pity to live on this beautiful earth and yet we do our utmost to mar its beauty and try to kill each other...
war only has ugly face. a bit scary to veer off the road.
sad to see the marring of such a beautiful country.
It really is sad that we have to have signs like this ... but I'm glad they are there - even if it saves just one life.
Your pictures this week really pull at the heart strings. The devastation is terrible. I know about the mines because I was in Belgium where they had the same type signs. A great post this week. genie
Wow! Thanks for that dose of reality! That sign is pretty scary to see! And how awful to see those buildings!
When I was little and lived in Bonn I used to play in ruins. For me it was totally normal that there were more ruins than standing houses and I remember these were wonderful playgrounds !!
Yup, it's not all pretty. Cambodia has the same problem of hidden mines.
Hi - I think we can all get a bit carried away, what with pictures of sunsets and birds in flight - this is a grounding image.Stewart M - Australia
It is a grim reminder, but we all do need to remember history. I am glad you posted this sign but sorry it has to exist. As you say, a part of your travels and a part of life. We mustn't forget.
Thanks for your great comments. Glad that you understand. It is easier to post nice photos. But we have to open our eyes.
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