no reason to panic.
from my own expereince i know that in munich and on other german
airports you can get a permission to take pictures right at the
flying field and - in case you need it - close to the runway as well.
they definitely don't fear guys with long lenses "shooting" from the
distant (which a pletora of spotters does every day and all around).
so if you want to keep yourself out of trouble just make sure there
are no elal machines on site (no joke).
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com
, "Milko K. Amorth" <panotools@...>
> Hi GigaPanoBot,
> > Yes, I had a phone call with them today and send them an email
> > the result.
> I was hoping you would'nt. I would not be surprised if the location
> took the gigapan from will be 'more' monitored from now on.
> I know this spot and it is prime stage for any airport scene.
> That's just 'gigapanpanic' of mine. It will sooner or later get to
> public security franticness, I was just hoping for later.
> Cheers, Milko
> Milko K.Amorth
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