Arizona Wildfire of 2011 Pictures

 
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    June 28, 2011 at 3:00 pm


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    These Arizona Wildfire 2011  photos don’t really do the blaze proper justice, because the fire that’s currently engulfing Arizona and New Mexico is enormous. It’s actually comprised of three huge forest fires now, and so far 2011’s Arizona Wildfire has burned through nearly half a million acres of forest, including 60,000 acres that have been scorched over in the past 48 hours. If the fires continue on their course, they’ll hit a nuclear laboratory in New Mexico tomorrow. Officials say they are confident that they’ll be able to keep the nuclear waste materials from catching fire, but they’ll never be able to make anyone feel comfortable when they’re talking about unstoppable forest fires and nuclear waste in the same sentence. Here are some truly amazing Arizona Wildfire 2011 photos:

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    Comments
    1. Todd Steel says:

      That is just amazing, the scope of it. We are used to campfires and occasionally seeing a house burn down or having burnt down. But the scale of these wildfires is unreal. Great job on the photos, very impressive.

     
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