JUSTIN PIDOT, SLATE (HAT TIP TO KATRIN EISMANN):
"Imagine visiting Yellowstone this summer. You wake up before dawn to take a picture of the sunrise over the mists emanating from Yellowstone hot springs. A thunderhead towers above the rising sun, and the picture turns out beautifully. You submit the photo to a contest sponsored by the National Weather Service. Under a statute signed into law by the Wyoming governor this spring, you have just committed a crime and could face up to one year in prison."
This is all about how you have become photo criminal, without even realizing it. Read more, here.