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The Forest Regrows, Wallow Fire Burn, South of Alpine, Arizona USA
Arizona
The Wallow Fire burned over 530,000 acres of eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. This picture, taken just south of Alpine, Arizona on Highway 191, shows the destruction of the burn but also shows how fast the forest starts to rejuvenate. You can see the newly sprouted grass and bracken ferns appearing in the few days since the fire.
Copyright: James l. tanner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Caricate: 07/07/2011
Aggiornato: 03/09/2014
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Tags: wallow; fire; burn; highway 191; alpine; arizona; usa; new growth
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