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Durango Fire

Uploaded by: superJ

Sunday July 22, 2012

Durango, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

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7. Ralfo
12:03 PM GMT on July 25, 2012
Great Photos! Congratulations on this V.I.P.
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6. mh0ff
12:41 PM GMT on July 24, 2012
Quoting superJ:
An interesting and not necessarily invalid take on the fire, horacenick. However, this took place in juniper country, not a logging area.
The fact is we haven't had a lot of wet weather recently and forest fires do happen. It's actually good for the environment, even if we humans don't appreciate losing our homes/businesses. I can't find that this particular fire has damaged anything manmade as yet, though news coverage is light, at best.
 
I vote for superJ
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5. smj69
9:02 PM GMT on July 23, 2012
great series of shots superj, agree W/your reply to horacenick. that fuel type does have frequent return intervals. In absence of natural fire that historically burnt many acrers W/O suppression, logging & and other fuel RX's should be aimed at mimicking what fire did histroically.
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4. superJ
8:38 PM GMT on July 23, 2012
An interesting and not necessarily invalid take on the fire, horacenick. However, this took place in juniper country, not a logging area.
The fact is we haven't had a lot of wet weather recently and forest fires do happen. It's actually good for the environment, even if we humans don't appreciate losing our homes/businesses. I can't find that this particular fire has damaged anything manmade as yet, though news coverage is light, at best.
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3. horacenick
5:00 PM GMT on July 23, 2012
Man had logged too many trees. god forgive us
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2. Lucytoo
4:20 PM GMT on July 23, 2012
Seeing the flames in addition to the smoke really makes this one more dramatic! Good job!
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1. gilg72
4:52 AM GMT on July 23, 2012
Great shot of this disaster. Congrats on the VIP
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Just an amateur... I love to take pics when hiking or driving around.

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