Jesusita Fire Revisited

I’ve finally had a chance to go back and look through my thousand plus Jesusita Fire photos and post a few that I missed the first time through.  Thankfully the fire was visibly nonexistent the past week and full containment should occur in the next few days.  I feel that the first photo below is particularly impressive because it shows the scale of the smoke plume.  This panorama was captured by stitching together six vertical shots and I really recommend opening the larger version of this photo.  I wish I could post the full resolution original file, as the detail in it is amazing.

“Smoky Panorama”  –  View from UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA

 

“Western Burn”  –  View from UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA

 

“Evacuation Time”  –  View from Old San Marcos Rd, Goleta, CA

 

“The Face of Hell”  –  View from Lake Los Carneros, Goleta, CA

 

“Floating Flames”  –  View from Lake Los Carneros, Goleta, CA

 

“Flaming Silhouette”  –  View from Old San Marcos Rd, Goleta, CA

 

‘The Glowing Edge”  –  View from Old San Marcos Rd, Goleta, CA

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