This image captures how many people feel about the chain link fence protecting the cauldron - Photo by Karl Woll
Facing a massive public outcry, VANOC has decided to cut a few holes out of the chain link fence protecting the Olympic cauldron from the public. They have also opened up a grassy knoll adjacent to the media centre where you can now take an unobstructed photo. Local media are reporting that many people are pleased they can take better photos, but many remain unimpressed with how this has all been handled. Some columnists think VANOC should just say sorry. What do you think? Let us know by posting a comment.