Friday, August 24, 2012


The news is full of stories about huge wildfires across the Western United States. The stories highlight the terrible destruction of these events and the economic impact. After the fires are over, the news media moves on to other "newsworthy" events and the scene of the fire is forgotten. Here is a recent picture of the part of the burn area of the great Arizona Wallow Fire of 2011. Here I see what happens behind the scenes of death and destruction; the quiet regeneration of the forest.

1 comment:

  1. It did not seems to take too long for life to begin again.