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Stunning Photo Sheds Light on Wildfires’ Unusual Devastation
Photographer Noah Berger shares what it takes to work in the tinder box of California's wild lands.
People tend to imagine wildfires as a menacing wall of 50-foot flames voraciously tearing through miles of terrain. In actuality, when covering a fire, it’s often a struggle to put yourself in the right position to capture dramatic flames and heroic firefighters. The fires often burn in steep, inaccessible terrain, and it can take hours to drive around a fire’s perimeter.
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