Fire on Gibson Jack Road (fire clouds Summer agriculture sky trees ). Photo by troxygirl48
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Fire on Gibson Jack Road

Uploaded by: troxygirl48

Thursday June 28, 2012

Pocatello, ID (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Part of the Mink Creek Fire from today

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June 28, 2012 Photo Series

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3. troxygirl48
2:11 AM GMT on July 01, 2012
thank you and yes actually i did keep a steady hand but it was very hard. being as close as i was, was very scary. but very thrilling at the same time. this fire is only 50% contained =(
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2. WigglesMom
1:40 AM GMT on July 01, 2012
Oh, Lord! How were you able to keep a steady hand to take this compelling and SCARY series of photos? Prayers that no lives are lost!
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1. gilg72
5:02 AM GMT on June 30, 2012
Another great photo of this disaster. Hope they get it out soon, before much more damage.
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