Danger! Weekly Photo Challenge

 

This week we visited a replica of the World War 1 trenches at Bodelwyddan Castle in North Wales.  Very convincing!  And probably a great deal less dangerous in construction than the originals, given today’s Health and Safety culture.

Nature offers dangers of her own, though.

To see other dangers, click on Weekly Photo Challenge.

About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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17 Responses to Danger! Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. Rupali says:

    Nice collection. The high tides are dangerous still look beautiful.

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  2. Sue says:

    How interesting!

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  3. Great selection of photos illustrating a variety of dangers!

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  4. jwdwrites says:

    Nice shots Sandra, we went to the tank museum this week, the first time I gad been there for 37 years and I was amazed how much it had changed. They also have a very good WW1 trench exhibit and just a few miles up the road from you!

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  5. yuhublogger says:

    Those tides do look scary!

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  6. Sarah Ann says:

    Great collection of dangers.

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  7. Lorraine lister says:

    Thank you for your kind comments on the WW1 trenches at Bodelwyddan. I’m one of the two Project managers responsible for the historical interpretation and very much value your feedback. Would you be at all able to contact me directly to give me specific feedback? We are opening the trenches officially on 27/5 and as a small charity appreciate the chance to get feedback from our customers, so that we can provide the best experience possible for our visitors. Thank you again x

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  8. Anna Love says:

    This seems pretty cool!

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