Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Hot & Dry





12 comments:

  1. The picture is great. I hope it is a controlled burn.

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  2. Yes, what Beth said. We sure hope that's not a wildfire!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by our blog. We're now following you too!!

    The Florida Furkids and Lexi

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  4. Looks a little scary, but beautiful at the same time ... Plenty of water around, just in case :)

    Andrea

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  5. This is an amazing picture, blazing fire with lake in the background, but it doesn't appear to be contained, which is frightening. I visited Yellowstone Nat. Park after their great fires years back, the scorched earth and blackened trees were heart-wrenching. I hope everyone takes great care in this time of drought!

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  6. scary beautiful! and hopefully not out of control. yikes!

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  7. I hope, it's not a wild fire either. Living here we get our fair share, during dry season the Everglades tend to burn... we've driven on I-75 and flames were licking behind the canals.

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  8. Scary...all fires are scary!

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  9. It is hot and dry here as well and this would make me very scared! i too hope this was a controlled burn.
    Stopping by to say Hi from W.W. linky @ Create-with-joy.

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  10. Wow! Fascinating and scary at the same time!

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  11. Fire makes for some interesting pictures, but the real thing can be a bit scary.

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  12. Terrifying, powerful and beautiful at the same time.

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