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View dramatic images of a real bushfire in regional Australia with the combination of extremely dry grass, fallen trees and wind blowing hot embers high into the night sky and landing in dry grass. This combination can have deadly consequences for communities near such a fire. This fire settled after the evening cooled and dew moistened the hot coals from the burning tree stumps. But logs are still smoking and if not watched can re-ignite the bush once more.
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Photo 1. The bushfire takes hold and embers fly high into the night sky.
Photo 2. White hot flame fed by a combination of dry grass, fallen and dried out tree logs and wind. A deadly mix.
Photo 3. Fire takes hold in the Australian bush with white hot flame fed by a combination of dry grass, fallen and dried out tree logs and wind. A deadly mix.
Photo 4. The fire intensity grows stronger by the minute.
Photo 5. Fire burns through tinder dry grass and fallen gum trees with incredible intensity.
Photo 6. Flames leap high above the ground fanned by gusty winds.
Photo 7. A bushfire at night fanned by gusty wind.
Photo 8. Tall flames reach skyward with embers flying everywhere.
Photo 9. White hot flames erupt fed by dry grass and fallen gum trees.
Photo 10. The fire slowly dies down but leaves white hot coals which could re-ignite the bush at any time.
Photo 11. Trees are scorched from the intense heat of the bushfire.
Photo 12. Smoke from the bushfire fills the sky.
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