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Re: Street Photography are there any exceptions

Originally Posted by Darkroom View Post
Still, I guess it eases the boredom at this time of year and provides a worthwhile link to Shenstone's very interesting website.

Clearly me including that link has offended so I have removed it - I'm never here to intend to offend all that anyone ever needs to do is drop me a PM to ask me to remove something and I will

However I do think that the original question as posted "if you come across a disaster / accident do you photograph the event and people involved or do you just walk away" was covered in that posting - it was an accident which I helped resolve and took pictures of

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