Thinking of our loss of photographic freedom in the wake of 911, was brought into very sharp focus this weekend when a suspicious-looking pair were reported making photographs of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (in my vision at this very moment). When authorities stopped them, they attempted to hide the camera stating they were returning from the beach where they were making pictures. It has turned out that one of the pair was on FBIs terrorist list and the confiscated camera (film?) showed details of bridge construction but no beach images. Hummm. Why didnt they just ask me? I have several images of the bridge but no close-ups of toggles or gussets. Never in the right place et c.