An article from petapixel about a professional snapping a pic of a sunset out his car window and nearly being beaten up for it. This one hit me especially hard, because not only is that Trader Joe's less than a mile from my house (the Whole Foods in the background is where we get most of our groceries, I can't count how many times I've been to this spot in the last 7 years), but I just met this man's wife two weeks ago. I was asked to shoot some casuals for a neighbor running for city councilor, and she brought a friend with her. The friend mentioned that her husband was "a somewhat well-known photographer," and when I got home I looked him up. She wasn't kidding. At any rate, I am disgusted. The idea that if you've got a camera and a kid is in ANY part of your shot, you're automatically a pedophile, stems from the new age of paranoia / vigilantism from modern evening news programs. If it bleeds, it leads, so we're all now terrified of each other.