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Here is why warning signs at the edges of cliffs should not be ignored

The picture was taken at the Cliffs of Moher in May.

IF YOU’VE EVER ignored warning signs to ‘stay back from the edge’ may this be a warning to you.

This photograph, captured in May, shows part of the Cliffs of Moher falling away.

The picture was posted to the Cliffs of Moher Facebook page and taken by photographer Jan Mlázovsky.

cliffs of moher facebook picture Source: Facebook

Thankfully nobody was standing at the top when it happened.

In the post on their Facebook page, the Cliff of Moher Visitor Experience page says that the image “truly captures the power of nature”.

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