As has been reported by various news media, noted nature photographer Michael Fatali allegedly set fires around the base of Delicate Arch in Utah. He apparently did it while teaching a nature photography workshop. Per current news reports he is in danger of criminal prosecution for various yet to be determined charges. So, now when you go into Canyonlands and other U.S. National Park areas, how will this one effect your access and the Parks attitude in general towards photographers? Right, wrong or indifferent, it happened. We don't know all the facts yet. But from what we do know, both from news reports and statements supposedly from Michael Fatali, the photographer, is that fire scars are now around Delicate Arch, the PR symbol of the State of Utah. No matter what happens to the photographer we will all be paying for this one for a long time to come. Ethics in nature photography? Where do they come in and where do we draw the line in our attempts at getting "the shot"?