People love taking selfies.

“Braggies”—or selfies taken in locations to make your friends and family jealous —have overtaken our social media feeds.

But the process of how they're taken has been criticized of late. How can you enjoy the Eiffel Tower if you’re spending 30 minutes snapping photos of yourself at the base? Those wielding selfie sticks—or "selfish-sticks"—are seen as narcissistic, and trying to get the perfect picture can be downright dangerous, like these people who fell off a cliff trying to take a snap of themselves.

That's why some popular destinations are discouraging selfies or banning them outright.