天,是谁的?

上周五,王室大婚那一天,我们一早出门,又到了Lulworth Cove去,再去爬一爬山路,享受春风。

Lulworth Cove这地方由联合国教科文组织(UNESCO)列入世界遗产。

天是谁的?

我看到了一个告示,十分不解。告示上提醒,不准生火、扎营,请把垃圾带走,这都是可以理解的。

可是,最后一项的规定是:No photography, filming or painting for publication is permitted without express permission:未经正式授权,不得出版有关此地的摄影、影片、绘画。

这是什么道理呢?这天然景观,属千万年的天地造化,天生天成,怎么突然需要版权了呢?

如果,一个作家,拍了此地的照片,写了一本游记出版;一个画家,刻画了天地凝结的俊丽,出版成册,难道也不行吗?

这天然景观,不是人为的私有建筑,而是浩瀚宇宙的玄秘。英国南方Dorset区的地方政府,怎么有这么大的权利呢?

这项规定,行得通吗?如果不可行,这样的规定,又要来干什么呢?

Lulworth Cove的奥秘

物物交换新知

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Janet Williams 張玉雲

I am Janet Williams, an academic living in the southeast of England. I blog about culture, history, languages and my community. I created Chandler's Ford Today. During my spare time, I make Origami. Thank you for stopping by.

5 thoughts on “天,是谁的?”

  1. 呵呵~~
    是啊是啊

    也许政府机构的职业习惯吧,三令五申的来些什么?
    最好卖门票,就可以有“妈泥”挣了

    吼吼~

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