Autumn Colors – Burned Monochrome


The Hills Showing the Damage from the November Fires in Northern California Compared to the Autumn Colors of the Vineyards Along CA Hwy 12 Near Kenwood. November 25, 2017

The Hills Showing the Damage from the October Fires in Northern California Compared to the Autumn Colors of the Vineyards Along CA Hwy 12 Near Kenwood. November 25, 2017

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8 Comments on “Autumn Colors – Burned Monochrome

  1. What a mess it must have been there. Fires and mudslides and earthquakes. And still I’d live in California if I could afford it.

    • It was a mess. The air quality was extremely poor. California can be beautiful. However, I really like the southwest. I’m not sure I’d want to live there but….

    • Yes, I’m a bit worried about the reaction this image will receive locally. It is entered in the local camera club’s monthly competition. These fires caused a huge amount of destruction and personal loss. It was my first series of photos taken in Fountaingrove since the fires. I’d shot up there a lot before.
      I think this image has some beauty that hopefully will offset the depicted destruction.

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