Last Updated on September 15, 2014 by Red Nomad OZ
Maybe South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula is riddled with pyromaniacs. Or maybe a fire-bug convention is headed for town. Just maybe the local school hasn’t got to the bit about fire and water yet. Perhaps it’s a popular site for shipwreck survivor re-enactments. Then again, maybe fisherfolk can’t wait to cook up the catch of the day. Maybe there’s an overabundance of tempting driftwood not visible in this shot. Or it’s a rumoured trial site for a fabulous new ‘floating campfire’ product.
Or maybe not.
But I can’t think of any other reasons why the local council felt it necessary to erect a sign that prohibits lighting fires in the sea!
How about you??