Say you are running just before daybreak and you notice a mechanical gate at the end of a quiet residential street is mysteriously left open. It’s one of those heavy wrought iron fences flanked by dense foliage to help insulate the fancy housing development just beyond. The neighborhood sits high on a hill, metaphorically suggesting those within must look down on the rest of us.
It’s still dark, though not for long. And it’s quite foggy, so there’s a good chance you can run in without being picked up by the surveillance cameras – or picked out of a police lineup. Besides, though you are clearly disobeying the big Do Not Trespass signs, all you want to steal are glimpses.
Do you do it?
[Photo by Sher Hogue at DPChallenge.com.]