Hey, no pictures!

Sometimes it’s just not appropriate– or legal– to pull out your camera and snap a photo. Like when you’re standing in front of the Mona Lisa, or getting the run-around from a Customs official, or at the scene of a criminal investigation. Thankfully, not everyone feels so constricted by “No Photography” policies.

A website called Strictly No Photography describes itself as “Photo-sharing for pictures taken where you are not allowed to take them,” like art galleries, religious sites, and government buildlings. The photos are divided into different categoriesGovernment, Live Music, Transport— and the site encourages submissions from amateur photographers.

Check the photos out here.

And got an illicit pic you’d like to share? [And, no, not that kind, sicko.] Register and submit your own photos here.