Fire everywhere

Bush fire The fires were a constant companion right from New South Wales. But in the Centre they reached the peak. We saw at least one per day. For us Europeans (and Americans) it was pretty impressive, but not that much for Australians. And in fact it doesn't harm the country very much here. Nature adapted to the danger and humans are so scattered here they often get way without getting harmed. And as the fire doesn't find much fuel it doesn't get very aggressive: Often it can't even cross the road.
It only was sad to the photographer in me I never could get a really good shot of it...

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