Logging after a forest fire


Wednesday 11 November, 2015 by Uncle Spike

After a forest fire, all is not lost. Pine forest fires flash over very quick sometimes, so the trees, whilst mostly dead or critically damaged, are often salvageable for logging.




Initially it’s chainsaws and trucks who arrive and strip the land.








And then the village locals remove every last morsel of firewood.




One thought on “Logging after a forest fire

  1. fredrieka says:

    the devastation is heart wrenching at least what is left will be used

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