Tallaganda Fire (North Black Range Fire and Palarang Fire)

In late November 2019 a devastating fire hit the Tallaganda National Park. In the afternoon of 28 November, the fire jumped Ralpine Valley and a derivative fire started on Mount Palarang. On 29 November the fire was escalated to emergency level as the fire spread northwards, eastwards and westwards. These images are (mainly) from the (safer) southern flank of the fire.
















Comments

Jai Baidell said…
Hope you and your animals are safe, this looks horrible.
Jai Baidell said…
The radar shows the smoke, can't tell it isn't rain. It's a lot of smoke and heat. More state forests going up in flames.
Julianne said…
It's been quite a nasty start to summer.
Anonymous said…
Heartbreaking. I've been following it on social media and so much has been destroyed. I hope the earth will be able to recover from this.

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