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Bushfire Devastation Royalty Free Stock Photo
Devastation and Recovery Royalty Free Stock Photo
Crop devastation after flooding Royalty Free Stock Photo
Devastation in Russian village Royalty Free Stock Photo
Devastation of the country Royalty Free Stock Photo
Crop devastation after flooding Royalty Free Stock Photo
Turdus pilaris, Fieldfare. devastation Royalty Free Stock Photo
Devastation and Recovery
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - Devastation Trail Royalty Free Stock Photo
Industrial devastation Royalty Free Stock Photo
View of the devastation and desolation roofs. Royalty Free Stock Photo
Devastation of the landscape by mining Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sunset Devastation Royalty Free Stock Photo
Destroyed house as a symbol of devastation Royalty Free Stock Photo
Fire Devastation Royalty Free Stock Photo
Looking north from near the top of the 3/4 mile Bessie Butte Summit Trail, hikers can clearly see the path of destruction caused by the 3,810 acre '18' fire of July 2003. The fire was so named because of nearby Forest Service Road 18 (China Hat Road) south of Bend, Oregon. In spite of the area's devastation, the land is recovering. Manzanita bushes have come back in full force, and thousands of pine seedlings planted after the fire are taking root and growing well throughout the burn area.


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