There's a nuclear plant near-ish to where I live that I've always wanted to get a nite shot of since I realized it existed. Now I know there are security issues with taking pics of a nuclear plant but I found that there's a running / biking trail that gets close enough to the plant to get a good shot of. The issue? It's over a mile hike to get to the spot on the trail and the hike goes through a forrest and brings you out on a bridge that's about 300 feet over a river. There's also a well traveled highway right behind the bridge (completely out of frame but about 10 feet behind the shooting position). So my issues are... the hike to the scene and the fact that if I was confronted... I'd literally have no where to go and no matter how you slice it... someone taking a photo of a nuclear plant at nite would probably raise a few eyebrows. Being that the highway is there, I would definitely be spotted and if someone was to call the cops there would be no way to get out of dodge fast enough without questions. That said... the scene is BEGGING for a photo. The plant is on top of a wooded hill, there's a slow moving river below it that would reflect well at nite, there's a ton of steam rising into the air and the path gets close enough so the plant would fill the frame. So what would you do? Take the risks for a shot you know would be good knowing you could have a run-in with cops? Any similar stories?