|Posted by the kip|
I was out taking pics of the outside of a local abandonment the other day. I just realized that one of the pics has an entrance to the building that I didn't really notice. Should I not post it?
Personally, my interpretation of the rule has always been that you shouldn't explicitly state how you entered the building.
Sometimes a place is missing entire walls and you have no choice but to include that when taking photos. Sometimes the door you used is visible in the photo, but there could be 10 other doors just like it along the whole facade. How would anyone ever know which specific door was unlocked, unless you tell them?
That being said, you're more than welcome to exercise whatever degree of personal discretion you deem prudent. Unless the entrance is completely obvious I wouldn't necessarily forsee issues with it being visible in the photo. Just don't go explaining step by step how you got inside, or what weaknesses may exist. A picture on its own rarely tells the whole
I realize that's not an exact answer so if you're still stumped, feel free to PM me the specific photo and I'd be happy to let you know what I think.