The article is quoted in this link, the original can be seen at abqjournal.com, but you have to go through a bunch of commercial junk to get to it. http://www.photopermit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3736 In short the indians don't want their land photographed from the nearby railroad. Now I have nothing against them stopping people who step foot on their property, but this is stretching things a bit far. What's next, airplanes? I'm concerned a precedent will be set that allows them to go after people photographing from completely off their land. I have a substantial view of tribal mountain land from my home. I'll be d***ed if I stop photographing scenery from my front porch! I do know a lot of people feel sorry for them for the way their ancestors were treated but remember they own casinos now.