Agave Touched By Fire

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Southern California is no stranger to wildfire. Unfortunately, in recent years California has been going through some pretty bad droughts. Wildfires have been getting more intense, burning longer, and occurring more frequently throughout the year. As more and more people populate and visit areas that were otherwise once exclusive to just natural wildlife, more fires have occurred as well. Human carelessness is a big cause of some of these destructive fires.

This photo was shot on the trail up to Mount Wilson in the Angeles National Forest from Chantry Flat. This hike was completed as part of the Southern California Six Pack Of Peaks Challenge. Up near the Mount Wilson Observatory a small brush fire had recently burned through the area leaving some charred landscape. Most of the local chaparral had burned straight to the bark. However, there were quite a few agave species that had survived the fire. What was interesting to me was how the fire scorched just the tops and left everything else green and unscathed.

While post-fire photos can be dramatic and beautiful, please remember to use caution if you ever have an open flame in the wilderness.

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Southern California is no stranger to wildfire. Unfortunately, in recent years California has been going through some pretty bad droughts. Wildfires have been getting more intense, burning longer, and occurring more frequently throughout the year. As more and more people populate and visit areas that were otherwise once exclusive to just natural wildlife, more fires have occurred as well. Human carelessness is a big cause of some of these destructive fires.

This photo was shot on the trail up to Mount Wilson in the Angeles National Forest from Chantry Flat. This hike was completed as part of the Southern California Six Pack Of Peaks Challenge. Up near the Mount Wilson Observatory a small brush fire had recently burned through the area leaving some charred landscape. Most of the local chaparral had burned straight to the bark. However, there were quite a few agave species that had survived the fire. What was interesting to me was how the fire scorched just the tops and left everything else green and unscathed.

While post-fire photos can be dramatic and beautiful, please remember to use caution if you ever have an open flame in the wilderness.

Looking for a different size? Contact us. We’ll work something out.

Shipping, returns, and exchange policies.

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