The 2009 Big Meadow Fire roared across thousands of acres of Yosemite National Park, after escaping from its origin as a controlled burn of a patch of forest. Fire, like a Yosemite bear, is unpredictably wild and dangerous. The good news is that eventually the forest will recover. Meanwhile, the fire-blackened snags and stumps have their own graphic beauty, captured in this photograph, where the landscape of the fire is silhouetted against the sky.

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