The question of public space and where photographers may or may not
take photos is increasingly well documented.
I have just read a sobering report from Australia where
a frighful fuss broke out when an amateur photographer was
asked to move away from a space that seemed public,
but was not.
"I am a grandma", her plea for understanding and acceptance
did not seem to wash.
I have to admit I smiled.
If I used my grandmotherly status daily as proof
of personal worth, I expect I would bring the house
down with laughter.
However the distress that can be caused when a person
is repremanded in public (even if that public space is technically private)
can be very real.
Study where you take photos.
It will save energy...
and prevent wrinkles so that
corrective filters of photo editing will not be needed...