Hear are a few:
Ah, of course! I should have expected as much from aviation
Very nice. Do you have trouble taking pictures in and around the airport since 9/11? I wouldn't be surprised if the authorities were a bit sensitive about that.
Actually, I really haven't. No one has asked me to put my camera away, or arrest me (as I heard happened to someone in Atlanta.)
Sometimes when a pilot see's my camera and I'm taking pictures of thier aircraft, they sometimes wave, or say Hi.
One time I was looking through my cameras zoom into the cockpit of a plane while they were leaving the plane. It took them about 5 min. after they pulled into the gate to the time they were done getting thier stuff, and done with the after-taxi checklists.
Another time I had with me some photos that I had developed at Foto First
and I was looking at them while the flight attendants were doing thier before landing walk-around, this was on a Delta Airlines flight, and I had photos of various British Airways, and Air France aircraft with me. They asked me if the pictures were of Concorde, I politely said no they weren't, but in my head I was thinking, shouldn't a flight attendant who works with aircraft all day know what Concorde looks like, I mean, even my dad can recognize Concorde, and he knows nothing about aviation whatsoever, except that he can recognize a B747 and a Concorde.