Caption contest, Las Conchas fire photo

Las Conchas fire

This photo taken by Kari Greer on the Las Conchas fire in New Mexico, July 4, 2011, unfortunately does not have a caption, but I feel sure that some of our readers can help correct that oversight.

Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire. Google+

9 thoughts on “Caption contest, Las Conchas fire photo”

  1. Firefighter (anonymous)meticulously inspects a fire hose to ensure its is cleanliness. She does not want anything that comes in contact with her clothing to spoil her spotless outerwear. By inspecting the hose, she will insure her nomex stays as bright and fresh as the day she bought it.

  2. this is the last house of the three little pigs, it held together when the big bad wolf came to town but couldn’t with stand the huff and puff of a New Mexico wild fire

  3. Charge the line! I’ve gotta protect this sacred Monument to Barbequeing from the advancing inferno!

  4. Perhaps the others can explain how the fire escaped the confines of the fireplace… I will need to wash my gloves after dealing with this filthy hose!

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