Saturday, September 15, 2007

from the east


looking into hell

11 comments:

Barbara said...

I hope the smoke doesn't blow your way.

Kai said...

WOW! A scary and impressive photo at the same time!

I sure hope they get it under control soon! :-)

Barbara said...

David - Did you notice that you are blog of the day over here: http://www.ladylike4.com/sugarloaf-mountain-botd/1211#comment-2622

David said...

4000 acres at mid day yesterday has grown to 14,000 acres as of 1 am Sunday, God knows where it stops, so I will go to church and ask him.

Chris said...

I'm worried for you. Please keep us updated if you can.

Carmi said...

You manage to find beauty in a frightening event. How do you do that?

I'm praying that the flames are beaten into history, where they belong.

And I'm praying that this does not affect you. Stay safe, mon ami.

mar said...

It is scary. Stay safe...

Snaggle Tooth said...

Not again! Good luck with the winds n helicopters.
Beautiful billowing, but hope that photo op takes a rest very quickly!

David said...

15439 acres are toast, but Bambi escaped.
on monday morning the sky looks much better, and my life has taken a HUGE turn for the better.
Love makes such a difference.

angel said...

an unbelievably striking photograph!

David said...

i think they have this one handled.
86 percent contained as of tuesday night and much cooler weather is helping thm to finish up.
God bless te firefighters an dtheir amilies, who mustnot see much of their men durig the peak fire sason.