In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.”
It’s tradition among ranchers to hang a steer skull above buildings, and enclosures. It’s believed to be an ancient boundary to keep evil spirits out.
In Scandinavia the vikings used horse skulls the same way. Horses were powerful animals that could win wars, please the gods, and give them meat in times of starvation.
This is my entry in The Daily Posts, Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries. Be sure to browse through the other entries! It’s something I really enjoy doing every week 🙂
See you soon! Have an awesome weekend!