I think Mormon Row is my all time favorite spot to view and photograph sunsets. The stillness of this place allows you to take your time and enjoy it for what it is. While you do see groups of people hanging around the barns and homesteads, the area is so vast that you can typically find spots uninterrupted by other people. That being said, this night was a little different. There was a line of photographers set up to get their shots a couple hundred feet back, waiting for the light to be perfect. As the clouds began to display some amazing colors, a photographer and their clients walked in front of everyone and set off a massive blue smoke bomb for a gender reveal shoot. The smoke polluted the landscape right when the light was ideal and ruined any potential shots that the eight other photographers had been patiently waiting for. This sort of thing drives me crazy. While I guess that photog had the right to get that shot, it showed a lack of courtesy for everyone else there. I’m curious what you guys think about this. I may be a little biased since I’ve seen people screw up landscapes (and potentially wildlife) by leaving confetti, cake, etc... from their gender reveals. But from a general public perspective, as well as from a photography perspective, what are your thoughts?