In Focus: Stuart Pauley and the Fires of 2020

By David Schonauer   Thursday September 24, 2020

Stuart Pauley has photographed more than a hundred over eight seasons, started the Terra Flamma project and published a book on wildfire photography. But even for him, 2020 has been a different experience, notes The Washington Post.  “The speed and severity at which these fires grew in the absence of strong winds is astonishing,” Pauley says. “It used to be 10,000 acres in a day was a lot, or even a 10,000-acre fire. Now I don’t even blink at a 100,000-acre fire,” he adds.

Read the whole story at The Washington Post.


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