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Beyond the ‘fortress’ there are numerous easy-access caves, and these appear to have inspired the Blueberry drawings.
I’m disappointed to report that the interpretive tour did not mention the prisonniers hors de combat.]]>
One of the two volunteers who showed us round said it was fine to take pictures; the other said it was okay so long as it wasn’t “commercial”, but wasn’t very clear about what that meant, particularly in terms of posting pictures on the ‘net. (She also seemed to have a pretty garbled idea of what copyright is and how it works.)
I think it’s a pity that the Museum, like many other small volunteer-run organisations, is more wedded to “protecting” its image rights than benefiting from the publicity to be had by being visible on the web – I would never have known about it and certainly wouldn’t have visited it were it not for IanVisits’ blog post (complete with picture).
Nonetheless, that’s not up to me. I’ve largely respected what I understand to be their wishes, and the picture of the Museum’s interior that I’ve included here is pretty much identical to one that’s already available on the net. Should anyone from the Museum read this and want me to take it down, I will. I may post the remaining pictures as a friends-only Flickr set at some point should anyone be interested in seeing them…]]>
Yeah, and what -was- The Prisoner all about?]]>
I was disturbed.]]>