Stunning Photos Show Plants Already Regenerating in Scorched Australian Forest

Photographer captures early signs of life re-emerging across fire-ravished landscapes in Australia

Nature photographer Murray Lowe took a break from his “normal coastal sunrise images” to capture the the devastation caused by the fires near his home in New South Wales.

Walking through Dhurag National Park, he was surprised to find patches of vibrant green grass bursting through the grey ash and rose-colored leaves sprouting through charred tree trunks.

“The ground puffed up ash into the air from each footstep as we walked among the tree trunks in the eerie silence and stillness that only fires of this intensity can produce,” Lowe told BBC News.

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2 Responses to “Stunning Photos Show Plants Already Regenerating in Scorched Australian Forest”

  1. Deborah Wyght says:

    there is no date on this, when were these taken? There are so many photos popping up that were taken years ago.

  2. Diane says:

    Nature regenerating itself! That’s what happened at Mount St. Helens after it erupted. It was amazing to see, though I didn’t see the trees blooming again…just the ground.

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