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Friends Through Flames: Camaraderie on the Front Lines of Wildfire Photography

9 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

When historic wildfires raged across California last year, thousands of firefighters were deployed to combat them. And alongside those brave men and women were fearless wildfire photographers who raced to the front lines to document the devastation for the world's eyes.
Warning : This article contains graphic and disturbing descriptions.
Through covering many of California's biggest wildfires side-by-side over the years, some of these photographers have developed a close-knit camaraderie that provides both support and safety during dangerous assignments.
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