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MagazineAug 26, 2015
Stuart Palley Photographs Forest Fires In His Terra Flamma Series
The wild fires keep on burning in California and for the last couple of years Stuart Palley has been photographing these wild fires at night.
The long exposure photos look so dramatic and beautiful they almost disguise the violent nature of these fires.
As long as the fires burn Stuart will be documenting them.
To stay up to date with his work please follow him on instagram @stuartpalley
A full moon rises over the active flank of the Colbert Fire off San Gabriel Canyon Road in Azusa Thursday evening. Thousands of people were under mandatory evacuation orders overnight. (Long Exposure). Firefighters battle the Colbert Fire near Glendale, California, USA, 17 January 2014. Over 500 firefighters, air tankers, helicopters and bulldozers are working to contain the fire which grew to over 1,700 acres. STUART PALLEY/
The Shirley Fire burns at night off of Old State Rd near Lake Isabella, CA while a helicopter circles overhead and crews work on a slopover. Long exposure image. The Shirley Fire burns overnight near Lake Isabella, CA on the evening of June 15, 2014. By morning the fire had burned 2200 acres and was 10% contained. At least two structures were lost. STUART PALLEY/
The Shirley Fire burns overnight near Lake Isabella, CA on the evening of June 15, 2014. By morning the fire had burned 2200 acres and was 10% contained. At least two structures were lost. STUART PALLEY/