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Oct 19, 2010 18:56 |  #1

This is nutz!!!!!!!!!!
English Heritage claims it owns every single image of Stonehenge (external link)

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Oct 19, 2010 22:19 |  #2

Gutierrez (external link)#9 (external link) • 12:47 PM Tuesday, Oct 19, 2010 • Reply "I was taking a wonderful photograph of the Wiltshire plains. That stupid henge is just blocking a portion of my shot."

haha that was classic

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Oct 23, 2010 12:47 |  #3

That's absolutely ridiculous haha. How do they plan on enforcing that?!

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Oct 26, 2010 03:37 |  #4

They'll have to back down as Stonehenge is surrounded by public land and roads so you are, in theory, free to photograph it from there.

The ironic part is that English Heritage is funded by the government, meaning it's a publicly funded company, that is representing the interests of a monument used by the public for thousands of years. And here they are acting like they built it a few years ago and it's all theirs to exploit.

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