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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CenLA, Jul 26, 2016.
That is where the straw that broke the camels back happened back in 2014 - Dutch tourist drone pilot fined for Yellowstone flight - BBC News
After that incident all National Parks are currently under a restriction.
There are similar signs down by the riverfront in Pittsburgh right outside of PNC Park, I imagine these signs will only become more prevalent
I think you're exactly right.
Last week, our Miata club drove several days through the Colorado Rockies. I saw "No Drone" signs at several scenic overlooks and the road up Pike's Peak (14,115 feet high). Wish I got a picture, but I was just a bit busy driving that road! We were surprised at the number of people visiting these areas. Must have been 200+ people alone at the Pike's Peak summit (trying to find a parking spot). I'm sure the no-drones is intended to not destroy the experience for others or to ensure no accidents with so many people. Still ... it would have been some great shots from my P3 from 14,000 feet. An unbelievable view from the ground, never mind from 100 ft. up. Yes, I did have my P3 in the trunk, where it stayed, so I wouldn't be the feature on the 6 o'clock news.