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What should be done when reviewing a nomination which has an object in front of it, be it cycle, bike (License plate hidden), Car (License plate hidden) etc.
It depends on the situation. A street in a town or city, I would just ignore it as it is extremely difficult to take photos without including a vehicle in view. For rural areas, I would weigh the possibility that the vehicle may be the nominator's own.
For rural areas, I would weigh the possibility that the vehicle may be the nominator's own
…… and so what?
It can be hard to park in rural areas too.
Vehicles anywhere can be parked up at a specific spot for lengthy periods of time making it difficult to get a “clean photo”
Are you hinting at submitter identifiable. If it’s rural the likelihood is that it’s gone countrywide and it’s just another car that no one would specifically recognise.
I think it would depend the reason for the obstruction. If it's an historic building/structure where the best view is best done at a distance then just try to minimize the car's inclusion but should be fine without a number plate. If it's behind a car and no sidewalk, then the question could cause concern over pedestrian access. So long as you've got a sidewalk access you should be ok taking it with a vehicle in it without the plates (or anything like vote for me in the windscreen 🤣) it should be ok.
Because I know of one case locally where the nominator has tried to include their vehicle in the supporting photo. Seriously, why does everyone question any time a bit of scrutiny is applied to a nomination? Isn't that what we are supposed to do?
Rejecting based on a car in the supporting photo?
That's not what you're supposed to do.