|Quoting Flyfisher1976 (Reply 2):|
There are plenty of places to go around Logan Airport in Boston, for example, that are not on airport property and allow hassle-free photography.
|Quoting JohnJ (Reply 8):|
I guess a definition of "hassle free" would be in order.
|Quoting Flyfisher1976 (Reply 9):|
Generally speaking, if you play it smart, you should never have a run-in with authorities. If you do, simply explain what you are doing...usually that's all it takes.
|Quoting Flyfisher1976 (Reply 12):|
No, it means conducting your business in a discreet way as to not draw attention to yourself. Don't advertise what your doing and you shouldn't have a problem.
|Quoting TomTurner (Reply 26):|
Not really... Theres miles of chain link fences that can be plowed over by a truck or car.
|Quoting Dl757md (Reply 27):|
There are sensors along the perimeter of airports that detect these type of breaches. Go ahead and try it. You won't get very far.
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