Not sure if anyone here reads the traction pages, but Colin Tyson (Editor of Old Glory) has posted a comment with regard to the way the magazine is run. Without repeating the letter here, his comments eluded to the fact that a large number of the photos that are submitted are not suitable for publication due to orange netting, plastic sacks etc.
This is something that I have come across a lot of as well and it does make it hard to get a decent photo. I think that stationary engine pens are some of the worst offenders for this, caravans not making a very good back drop!
Probably something that we all need to bare in mind when we set up the display. Think of the photographers!!
PS Colin also advises that it is aimed that 15% of OG is non hot-fog related, so there is room for Stationary Engines if we can get the article right.