Posted by ws1 on:
- A a helicopter flying by a patch of burning mountain above SB (timed exposure).
Though Firefighters remain cautious, the Jesusitas Fire in Santa Barbara seems to be backing off a little. Fire Crews have been blasting the mountainside with water drops, and the winds though erratic, are behaving for the time being (relatively still in the mountains though it's gusting northeastward here in downtown sb).
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I just snapped a few quick pictures of the fire from our roof. Here they are:
the hills below Cathedral Peak.
the hills below Cathedral Peak
zoomed all the way out.
---------------------break-------------------------(these photos added on Thursday, May 7, 2009)
Here are some stand-out photos from the past few days:
Rattlesnake Canyon from a distance over SB. (night 2)
Big Flare-up in what we think is Rattlesnake Canyon (night 2)
Locals watching from Hilda McIntyre Ray Park (night 2)
Tired firemen sleeping under the stars by the Earl Warren 'mother-ship' building.
Flames and black smoke (usually indicating a home has been burnt) behind Mission Canyon. (Day 2 approx 3pm)