Friday, February 15, 2013

No trespassing!


It's a well-known fact that you cannot just walk into a sunset!

20 comments:

RamblingRound said...

Haha! Certainly not on this property! At least the sign is nice enough to state the statutes for you.

Kay said...

Wait! This can't be right! Isn't that what cowboys do? And Indiana Jones? He did that, didn't he? Can they do it if they're on horses? What kinds of laws do you have down there in Florida?!?

Linda said...

LOL! Lovely sunset!

Randy said...

That is one beautiful sky.

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like a fire in the distance.

Cezar and Léia said...

Your subtitle is sooooooo funny! Made my morning here! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

JM said...

LOL! Lovely sunset and well composed shot, Lowell.

Judy said...

Well, that's not fair.

Sharon said...

I'm all about breaking the rules.

cieldequimper said...

Have you ever tried? :-)

RedPat said...

Great capture and post, Lowell!

Bibi said...

Love what Kay said. What the heck does someone care if you 'trespass' there?

Birdman said...

Well said my friend. Hey Tuesday and Wednesday were beautiful days nearby you.

SRQ said...

Beautiful sunset, Lowell. Next time, how about slipping your big toe past that sign just to see what happens...

Kay said...

Re: your comment on my blog today: The irony of Congress and the P.O. is that Congress has for decades raided Social Security funds. And now they raise alarms about its failure and call it an "entitlement" as if those who've paid into it for an entire working career are on the dole. (While they, of course, get kingly lifetime pensions and a healthcare plan that spares no expense.)

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

I love it. Great composition and what a gorgeous sky!

Danielle said...

Love your caption with this shot...that red sign really pops out against the calm background.

magiceye said...

Brilliant!!!!

EG CameraGirl said...

Looks like an invitation to me. Okay, I'm only kidding. :)

Amber said...

Really love this shot, great colors and perspective! Jealous!

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