|Pililla Wind Turbines|
Related post: Beautiful icons of renewable energyThis time roving guards reminded visitors that there is now a designated public area. The followed several cars that afternoon, including ours. But there was no serious effort to actually escort us back to the viewing area. I got a lengthy email around this issue but I am not allowed to publish it. I wouldn't mind being confined to an area, its just that their selected area is a bit lacking in terms of POV.
- One pointed out that we were using "professional" camera (and with our equally "professional" looking tripods). I'm not sure how our gear were classified. Anyway, this one pointed out we needed to get barangay permits first. It was already close to sunset and the barangay office is only open until 5PM. Mondays to Fridays only. And it was a Saturday.
- Another issue that was raised was our own security. They were just concerned about our welfare (Fair point, thank you! 2/16/16 Received an email regarding this, but then again they would not want to publish the explanations. I wonder, if its for clearing up the confusion, why not allow it?). He said we can just shoot on the road, but then changed his mind.
Here's the rest of my takes that afternoon: