Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Monday, September 29, 2014

Firewood

When I was hiking in the Black Forest Regional Park, I found these pieces of wood from last year's wildfire.
Click on the wildfire link to see more photos related to that fire. Or visit Our World Tuesday to see lots of different things.

14 comments:

  1. Good to see all the new growth around the charred remains.

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  2. It's sobering to see a burned-out forest isn't it?

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  3. Amazing finds.
    I am sorry to her about the fire though.

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  4. So sad to see remnants of the fire destruction, Al! Hope you and the doggies have a great new week!!

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  5. Mother nature or careless camper ~ creative shot for OWT ~

    Happy Day to you ~ artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  6. Lovely photographs. Looking forward to visiting often.

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  7. Eerie but very interesting reminders of a terrible time. This summer was better.

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  8. I know how smokey those pieces must have smelled, Al. That was such a terrible, destructive fire. This year's rainy, wet summer was good to keep the fires away! It was very stormy in the Denver area today.

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  9. sad mementos of the devastation, but these pieces look very pretty as well.

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  11. Our woodlands are always full of the evidence of fire - here its a fact of life.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  12. looks like the shoots of green are emerging though.

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  13. Fire can be so sad and destructive, though I know it is often needed. Yes, the loss of the Royal Gorge buildings was a tragedy! Glad they have rebuilt and re-opened now. I was also glad to hear it didn't touch the bridge itself. I don't know if we will get back up to that area in the upcoming years, but if we do, I look forward to seeing it again. Glad the fire in your forest nearby didn't get to you!

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  14. Sad images of the devastation...
    On he second photo, the green leaves are arousing.

    Thank you so much, Al, for the congratulations on my 9th blog anniversary. I am glad we both are friends, even we live miles and miles far away. :)

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