John David Posted January 28, 2015 Share Posted January 28, 2015 Having seen today's (or was it last week or perhaps last year) news headlines.... Yellow car owned by old man who lives in a privately owned cottage, which just happens to be next to the most photographed row of houses in the world. He has no garage, no back yard and I doubt that the local council would grant planning permission for him to build a pre-fab concrete garage next to his house. So, he parks his car, legally, outside the front of his home. It seems to be upsetting a few people, especially a local semi-pro photographer who is indignant about the amount of extra working time he has to spend "photoshopping" the car out. A local photographer comments that "The National Trust isn't entirely happy about it, but they can't do anything about it". Now all this Ker-fuffle gave me an idea. Since the NT charge photographers and inordinate amount to obtain a licence for editorial photography on their property, which includes hundreds of miles of British coastline, thousands of acres of British landscape, countryside and properties,..... Wouldn't it be fun to photo bomb NT properties by taking photographs of ugly cars which are parked legally, and photographed legally from a public place, which just happens to have an NT property in the background.... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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