1116-52252 - Cautionary sign placed on rocky trail to beware of falling rocks along the Franz Josef Glacier Walk in Westland Tai Poutini National Park; Whataroa, West Coast Region, South Island, New Zealand
1116-51784 - A Collared Pika (Ochotona collaris) sounds an alarm to nearby Pikas to alert them to a possible danger or to simply communicate with others. Pikas do not hibernate and are actually small members of the rabbit family. Hatcher Pass area near Palmer, Alaska in South-central Alaska, late summer; Alaska, United States of America
1350-3773 - Water sewer in Montpellier France
A symbol on the ground warns us that the Camino de Santiago Way of St. James also passes through Montpellier. The Via Tolosana is the Latin name for one of the four routes in France on the Camino de Santiago, the southernmost. It passes through Toulouse (in Spanish and Occitan, Tolosa, hence its name), but its meeting point and starting point is Arles.