Is it illegal to walk a little bit into the front garden area in others' property and take photos of the flowers there and post them on internet?


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Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

I think it would be a good idea to ask the homeowner first. Otherwise, you may come face to face with a dog or something else harmful.

Aria Broeka Profile
Aria Broeka answered

Tresspassing is always illegal.  Even just a few feet.  Never mind that entering private property and taking pics is just rude.  Technically they could call the police.  Once you pass the property line you are committing a crime.    Maybe more than one    Tresspassing.  Violation of privacy.  Would you want strangers tramping through your yard taking pictures of your things?  Always ask permission to do things in private property 

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music  lover
music lover commented
omg you are from which country
Aria Broeka
Aria Broeka commented
The US. We take our private property very seriously. There ate many place you may even be confronted by a loaded weapon should you be caught tresspassing.
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Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

It is always a good idea to both "Ask Permission" and "Explain Intent" in this regard . . . . For many reason besides the legal ones.

Unless this is Public property that you pay taxes on clear communication is key.

Retiredkop Retiredkop Profile

Legally once you cross their property line it criminal trespass in Colorado.  "Walk a little bit!"  Either you have a really bad camera or your going in more than just a little bit.

Bikergirl Anonymous Profile

Once you've passed the property "threshold" (property boundary line) so to speak and actually enter onto private property you are trespassing .. Legally and morally. That is an "invasion" .. Taking photos without consent, again is another invasion.

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