Drones fly illegally and crash at the Golden Gate Bridge in hunt for photos

Traffic crosses the Golden Gate Bridge in the rain in this view from Sausalito, California. In 2014, the National Park Service forbade unmanned aircraft from taking off in national parks around the country to protect people and wildlife, unless a special permit is obtained – not that it's stopping people from flying drones there. — AP

The photos are breathtaking.

The Golden Gate Bridge is seen from above, its sweeping lines foreshortened. Two rows of cables, so imposing from the ground, look like orange pieces of string. Some shots almost touch one of the bridge's towers as tiny cars zip down below.

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