Mods can close this thread if so inclined, but I think this should be posted. The conversation about Hera at this point -- I don't see how it would be any different than the one about the Photographer on the NYC platform who snapped the NY Post photo. It's an ethics question. (though perhaps this should be in the watering hole, instead of open discussion? Sorry about that). This is from the ongoing accusations of photo theft against Hera Bell. To me, the evidence is massive at this point. For some reason, I think people should know about it, if at least to be ready to protect their own pictures. I'd be open to hearing a defense, but there hasn't been one to date, and it's looking pretty overwhelming. The variety of image types is very condemning, IMO. I find it hard to believe one person can be the best at: portraits, water drops, still life, macros, storm cell chasing and pics from the edge of space. That would be an amazing person indeed. Counter-evidence, though, would be greatly welcomed! Who took this photo?