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When the day ends after a long day
Black Bear's Reflection In Creek Water
Hills Of Heaven
Make a Wish
San Francisco and Bay Bridge
A Canadian gosling endulging in a lake-side snooze
Campfire
Blustery Boston Night
Canyon Wall in Antelope Canyon
A Posing Gator, Everglades, Florida
Balancing on the Summit of Mount Liberty
Aftermath of a Forest Fire
Mississippi River at Sunset, as seen from the air
Helicopter Returning to Fire with Bucket
Beautiful View from the Top of Jay Peak, Vermont
Fire Fighting Helicopter with full Bucket of Water
Sunset in the City
Beauty of the Beast 3
I Dare You
Beauty of the Beast 2
Beauty of the Beast
Indian women pile bricks atop their heads for transport to the wood-firing kiln.
A Fury of Flames
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Aftermath of a Forest Fire

The Pioneer Fire in the Boise National Forest started July 18, 2016 eight miles North of Idaho City. It spread North, Northeast and Northwest creating a horseshoe of fire around Lowman, Idaho. By September 3, the fire had grown to over 180,000 acres (281 square miles) moving Northerly burning and charring the beautiful forested mountains. In the path of wind driven blazes blistered earth remains.

TAGS: Idaho, United States

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Boise, Idaho, United States of America
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© Nancy Armstrong.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2016
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 3, 2016, 4:26 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Lowman, Idaho, United States of America