Why is photography now considered a terrorist act?

Started Oct 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
Dan Marchant Senior Member • Posts: 2,954
So you're the one decided that photography is a terrorist act.

For all you know they were getting ready to work there and he was calling his boss to let him know they had finished their previous job and are ready to start the next one. Now having not bothered to find out what his reasoning was you just decided to come here and start throwing around the T word.

I was challenged as to what I was doing for the first time two weeks ago. I was in Victoria Station in London taking photographs. A station employee came up to me and asked why I was taking photographs of the signs. I told him, in a calm manner, that I was trying to find unusual views of everyday things. After talking to him it became apparent he was just worried that there was a problem with the signs, because "people don't usually photograph the signs unless there is something wrong with them". He had a valid reason to be coming up to me and by engaging with him I found out what it was.

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