|The main sight on the island of Møn is Møn's Klint,
5 000-year-old chalk cliffs which drop more than hunderd meters into the
sea and are a major tourist attraction for Danes and foreigners alike.
It's presumably also the only spot in Denmark with a falling rock sign. But that
was no impediment for our man in the field. I'll tell you: what our spotters can't dig up is not there.
We knew already that Denmark and the Faeroe Islands carry the same line of
Men-at-Work and Children's signs
and the similarity of the Falling Rock signs is therefore hardly a surprise.
||Before this find, my theory was that all rock-signs of Faeroe
were imported from countries like Iceland and Norway. Now, however, we must count with
two (3 says our watchguard) possible scenarios:
Who shall tell?
- the sign jumped from Iceland to Faeroe were it became mirrored and
then traveled further to Denmark, or
- the sign is Danish design and was brought to the
- Or the sign was born on the Faeroes and then traveled to Denmark as well as to Iceland.