Find (2) is also inspired by a sign from Portugal and I must share a quote of Darren's with you. It illustrates the devotion of our people on the field to the project.
… the most terrifying trip of my life. A mad bus driver decided to make a 3 hour drive into an hour drive. Nearly 3 times the speed limit, wet roads, lost control twice, overtook over crests, around bends and through avalance shelters. Sorry this picture is not terribly good quality, I didn't get time to turn the flash off. …
His life is hanging by a thread and he still shows the presence of mind to operate the camera. But there is room for improvement. Switching the flash off for instance.
Find (4) is very close to a constellation also found in Austria, but here without a line at the bottom.
Find (5) has the warning sign integrated in a larger panel. There are only four boulders and it comes with the text
Danger – Sheer Drop. To me this textual warning combined with the pictorial warning is confusing.
If you are standing on top of a sheer drop then the danger is not that rocks may be falling down;
the risk is that you may be loosing your footing and then fall down. It may therefore be better
to show a person falling down like they f.e. do on the Faeroe Islands,
You may object that the sign shows a situation that may result of you coming too close to
the edge. Road signs, however, show the danger, not the result of a dangerous action; we should
hence be shown a cliff with a person near the edge, like in Canada.
The warning sign at hand would be better placed at the foot of the cliff where the danger really is boulders, or
people, falling down. But then the text is of course irrelevant for the viewer, because a sheer drop in itself is not
dangerous for people at its foot.