Last month, we flew to the Greek island of Kythera, just after a horrendous wildfire fire in the western region of the island. We were on a turbo-prop plane, so you can just see the hub of the propeller in the upper corner of the image and the corner of the window below. Looking down, out of the window, grey ashy areas were laid out below.
Needless to say, this was a devastating event for the inhabitants. The roads run right through the grey. But, towns and small settlements as well as olive groves were saved. And, the deep ravines proved to be barriers to the raging fires. It will take some time for nature to heal.
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