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This image was captured in bushland, a week after the fire went through, near Yanderra, in New South Wales, Australia.
wow Very powerful Philip
A sad sight, but I know how quickly the trees will regenerate. I hope you and your family are safe.
Such a sad sight this !! Fortunately Bluegum [Saligna ] trees grow again after a fire. Our mountains have not fully recovered yet after such a fire two years ago and the Pine trees even burnt the shallow roots in the soil !!
What an appalling sight, Phillip, but with luck new growth will start to appear again before too long. Well captured documentary image. Carol
Quite weird - it looks like an avenue of trees yet when you think they are burnt! Well captured.
Sad sight Philip, but well captured
yup this one has been bad this year and so many houses lost
Very sad to se these beautiful trees consumed by fire.
I guess the potash will help regenerate them though.
Devastation Phil, and will take ages to repair, and get new growth and animals back
In another month the greens will be back. Nature and man.. interesting to see the road unscathed !! Phil. Good POV
I think they say some fires are good. That it cleans out the debris that can help keep major fires burning. This looks maybe the case as some of the big trees look fine.
The green will come back but I fear for some of the smaller animals and insects.
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