An interactive book for any iOS device that includes stunning photographs, dramatic video clips, and much more. Featuring the work of some of the best known volunteer fire photographers in the business.
Foreword by Chief Bobby Halton
Fire has been called a dangerous servant and a fearful master. It is a fundamental element of nature, capable of decimating and rejuvenating our most treasured ecosystems. We are daily enriched by the countless uses of harnessed fire, and yet when fire flares, uncontrolled, we are often tortured by its ravages. Fighting fire has been called the war that never ends and the people who fight it are counted among our bravest warriors.
The pages that follow contain compelling and awe-inspiring images and videos of wildfire in America’s most celebrated state—California. These images will bring to life the dangers, risks, and seemingly limitless power of fire as seen through the eyes of those who willingly placed themselves in the gap between nature’s indomitable force and the lives and property of their fellow citizens. These photographers’ used their keen eyes and creative vision to capture wildfire in ways that will raise your heart rate and ignite your imagination.
Featuring some of the most highly regarded volunteer fire photographers anywhere:
Compiled by David Barrett, Executive Officer, MySafe:LA
Includes some of the most feared Southern California Wildfires
… and dozens of others (more than 50 overall)
California Burns, Volume One
Digital Edition ISBN: 978-1-7337894-0-0
California Fire Prevention Organization
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All photographers retain copyright to their photographs. All photographs used with permission.
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