SOME OF THESE IMAGES ARE QUITE DISTURBING – I HAVE SPOKEN TO MY DUTY MANAGER AND WE HAVE DECIDED TO REFUND YOU THE MONEY.
HOW ABSOLUTELY TOTALLY AND UTTERLY RIDICULOUS. According to Tesco’s staff my photos of a dead amphibian are too disturbing, when we were standing less than 10 foot from a newspaper stand full of hundreds of terrible images which they sell to make a profit. They looked at me as if I was involved bestiality or some other yucky business.
Is human death less shocking than that of a frog.
Is it morally acceptable to kill hundreds of thousands of wild animals every year on our roads but not acceptable to photograph them after death.
If they are concerned about an image why not ask me to explain what it is about, but anyway why should Tesco’s or any other private company have the right to censor their customers work.