On the road up to Baden-Baden is this sign. It's a caution signing warning of pedestrians, and I always like the frumpy man on this version of the sign...but it's the addition below the triangular caution sign that has always caught my eye: the family of frogs.
I'm baffled by these frogs. I don't know what they're trying to tell me.
Is this a frog crossing? Should I beware not only of human pedestrians but also of frog families crossing the road as I'm speeding by at 70 km/hour?
Or are the frogs a general symbol for a nearby nature preserve and I should beware of creeping creatures of all types?
Or is this area a frog habitat for specialized frog enthusiasts?
Or does it mean something else all together and I'm unawares of breaking some law against frog families every time I go speeding by because of my ignorance?
Can anyone out there enlighten me? Or at least give me your best guess?