Five Card Story: Safety and Precautions

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a Five Card Flickr story by Justin Baker created Feb 10 2022, 03:26:24 am. Create a new one!

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Introduction (Pic 1):

Whether it is a calm day or not the ocean can always be unpredictable and not safe, even if it is winter or summer.

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When it comes to playing in the ocean, it is important to be careful because not paying attention to your surroundings could put yourself in harmful or even deadly situation that you may not have control over. The unpredictability of the ocean sometimes can be deadly because of the sheer force of some waves.

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After going in the ocean, because you are not cautious, you could end up with crushed frame, just like a piece of debris laying in the road, with no purpose but to take up space.

Counterargument (Pic 4):

Although, there have been many instances that show by breaking the mold and ignoring all precautious of the ocean have resulted in extraordinary and beautiful accomplishments, like the creation of this fish formed. Garrett McNamara surfed the world’s largest wave ever in Nazaré, Portugal. From this there have been surfers that attempt to master these outrageous waves every year following in McNamara’s footsteps to create a new record. Defying the odds and risks that are known can lead to beautify creation and moments in the world.

Conclusion (Pic 5):

However, in most cases it seems like the right choice to follow your gut and veer on the side of caution because it is safer for yourself and can help prevent unnecessary accidents. For example, this biker doesn’t need to wear a helmet while riding the motorcycle, but the gut feeling and precautions that are going through his heard are telling him that if he is going to ride, to be careful and minimize the risk. After you asse the risk vs the reward, you are then able to proceed with caution, whether it involves land or water.

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