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    During the first week of June 2009, Sustainable Resource Alberta burned nearly 8,000 hectares of forest in Western Alberta, just east of the Saskatchewan River Crossing on the Icefields Parkway and Highway 11. The forest was destroyed to bring about greater diversity, stem the spread of mountain pine beetle and to create a fire barrier for any future wild fires.

    Que penita tu vida*, celesticx, and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. abrahamf.hernandez 59 months ago | reply

      WOW! All that can be said.

    2. tanis8 58 months ago | reply

      I'd love to use this photo for a publication by a non-profit group. Would you be willing to give me your real name to use for the photo credit?
      thanks! - tldouglas@shaw.ca

    3. lovemando 51 months ago | reply

      Please contact me regarding use of this photo. I can send you a jpeg of intended usage. You can reply to: lovemando2002@yahoo.com.

      Thank you.

    4. Orome` 50 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Primeval Forest: The Forests Of Hell, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    5. jhmilyko 46 months ago | reply

      This is an amazing shot. I'd like to use it to illustrate a blog post (blog.adventurecycling.org). I see that I may via your Creative Commons license. How would you like your attribution? Thank you!

    6. Eggs&Beer 46 months ago | reply

      Just put Cameron Strandberg, Fitzhugh Newspaper. Jasper, Alberta.

    7. jhmilyko 46 months ago | reply

      Great, thanks for the attribution info! .Jenn.

    8. Kenjutsushi 36 months ago | reply

      Using your cc-by-2.0 for this image, giving credit for this image in the credits as - The fire image was originally posted to Flickr by Cameron Strandberg, Fitzhugh Newspaper. Jasper, Alberta at flickr.com/photos/38449766@N03/3602195819. Used under the Creative Commons License (cc-by-2.0). I would like to use this as a photo in a "newspaper" in a short film I am shooting in June. If this is unacceptable please let me know at matthew@wolf-holdings.com Thank you.

    9. David Tsegai 35 months ago | reply

      Nice shot! I used on my Calgary real estate blog. Thanks a lot!

    10. SheilaHH7 19 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing. This is a great wild fire shot! I used it on my blog post here: hastenhome.com/vbs/on-fire-for-vacation-bible-school/

      ~Sheila :)

    11. saore2010 7 months ago | reply

      I'd like to use the image for a tanka poem please contact me if this is acceptable: ortsergio@gmail.com

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