Devastation after Catastrophic Fires

© Ria Smit

Devastation after Catastrophic Fires

Uploaded: June 25, 2020 | Entered: July 20, 2020 02:50:36


Catastrophic Fires along Eastern Coast of Australia this past summer, destroyed millions of acres of bush, land and homes, with some 27 lives lost. Roads were closed and then Covid-19 hit. Now was the first opportunity to go to the southern most area.

Exif: Camera: Canon Canon EOS 600D; Shutter Speed: 1/100; Aperture: f/5.6; ISO: 400; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:06:16 09:20:59


Jim Miotke level-addict My Courses June 25, 2020

Very interesting. Thanks for sharing, Ria. It was sad to hear about that when it was happening; I hope and pray families are recovering as quickly as possible. #1741566

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