One week after the deadly Camp Fire ignited in Northern California's Butte County, drones were allowed to fly above the burn zone to capture a glimpse of the devastation.
Through a smoky haze looming over the town of Paradise, drone footage captured block after block left in ruins.
Homes, at one time standing tall among the trees, rested in piles of ash. Commercial buildings, hollowed out by the flames, were left to hold mangled and charred metal.
The wind-whipped Camp Fire — California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire in recorded history — ignited on the morning of Nov. 8. It has wiped out thousands of structures, many of them homes, and left dozens of people dead.