Monthly Archives: August 2010

Do Bureaucrats (Not) Understand Plain English?

I have been researching an article for ********** *********** magazine for some months now about photography and freedom of expression. Recently I put some questions to the Minister for Local Government in New South Wales regarding the photographic policies of both … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, Photography | 3 Comments

Arts Freedom Australia Rally in Sydney

I wanted to post something of my own about the Arts Freedom Australia rally at Campbells Cove on August 29th but my brain is still a little addled. So I am grabbing the words from Beth’s post at the Exposed and … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, Photography | 1 Comment

Testing … 1, 2, 3 (Am I Being Censored?)

The post that I put up just yesterday seems to have disappeared from Search when I use Google. This is strange because I was able to locate it some 12 hours or so ago. Has WordPress done something to it? … Continue reading

Posted in Censorship | Leave a comment

Responding to Baloney (aka lies) about Uluru

The ABC News website has today run a story based on an interview with the panoramic photographer, Ken Duncan. The story, titled “Snappers want ‘Ulu-rules’ eased” can be seen here: http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/08/26/2993756.htm The story was posted just after 9 am this (Thursday) morning … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, Censorship, National Parks, Photography, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park | 4 Comments

Taputji at Uluru … as seen from Way Above

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Kata Tjuta … as seen from Way Above

If there is anything that makes a total mockery of the ineffectual attempts by park administrators at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to rid the world of so-called “inappropriate” images of the park’s World Heritage-listed landscape, then it is the astounding footage … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, Censorship, National Parks, Photography, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park | Leave a comment

Does Parks Australia Have a New Agenda?

I was browsing the internet this morning and did a search for Parks Australia … and this is what I found on their home page. Smack in the middle of the page was a delightful colour image from the Kosciuszko National Park … Continue reading

Posted in Australia, National Parks | 1 Comment