Nov 302015



Ken Duncan, one of Australia’s most famous landscape photographers, is publicly fighting for photographers’ rights in Australia after being “nearly arrested” last Friday after being spotted by “Big Brother” while shooting on public land.

In a viral post on his Facebook page, Duncan writes that he was shooting at the newly opened Gosford Quarries reserve in Barangaroo, Sydney, when he was confronted by two rangers and told that he couldn’t take photos without paying a fee and having a permit. Duncan was taking a picture for the quarry without charge.

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