can hardly believe it

To: "'Alan McBride'" <>, "'Dave Torr'" <>
Subject: can hardly believe it
From: "Greg Little" <>
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 21:04:06 +1000

That information is great re the photography but also highlights how little
public space there actually is for us, where a person can legally walk
without being confronted. In a country with so much supposed freedom, it
really is limited as to where one can freely go. It feels like all we have
is ones own yard, the footpath and road side, public spaces like parks and
beaches. The rest of it is "with permission". When I go on bird watching
holidays it always strikes me that so much of the scenery and much of my
birding is on private property, in areas where I am "allowed" to go.

Greg Little 

-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Alan McBride
Sent: Tuesday, 6 April 2010 7:28 PM
To: Dave Torr
Cc: Steve Potter; ; 
Subject: can hardly believe it

While this is a web site for photographers it may be useful information for
all; the action of looking through a lens is common to photographers and

NSW Photo Rights

Australian street photography legal issues
by Andrew Nemeth BSc (Hons) LLB MTeach

Best wishes,


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