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Wallow Fire Burn, Highway 180/191 North of Alpine, Arizona USA
Arizona
The Wallow Fire was the largest fire to date in the state of Arizona, burning more than 500,000 acres. This panorama shows the burn just north of Alpine, Arizona on Highway 180/191. You can see the damage done to the trees on the ridges and the burn on the ground.
Copyright: James L. Tanner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13476x6738
Uploaded: 01/07/2011
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: wallow; fire; burn; highway 180; highway 191; alpine; arizona; usa
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