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Last Saturday evening 2 houses burned down....
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 05-18-2009, 11:42 AM

....at the other side of the city, by the time that I got there there was not much left of anything. Pretty bad situation, 2 houses totally destroyed and three more damaged but no one killed or injured.

















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I am glad there was no loss of life. Wow two houses, must have been an extremely hot fire or bad wind situation. As usual, your pictures are tack sharp. I can almost smell the smoke.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mithrandir Quote
I am glad there was no loss of life. Wow two houses, must have been an extremely hot fire or bad wind situation. As usual, your pictures are tack sharp. I can almost smell the smoke.
+1, Very sharp pictures
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I am glad there was no loss of life. Wow two houses, must have been an extremely hot fire or bad wind situation. As usual, your pictures are tack sharp. I can almost smell the smoke.
Thanks for looking and commenting, it was a windy day.

Take care,

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+1, Very sharp pictures
Thank you and do take care,

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Great shots of scary stuff. Here - almost a world away - in Lake Jackson Texas, we had two houses almost burn down. It's been days, but when I ride my bike in the area, I can still smell the aftermath.

Very nice photography, Heinrich.

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Great shots of scary stuff. Here - almost a world away - in Lake Jackson Texas, we had two houses almost burn down. It's been days, but when I ride my bike in the area, I can still smell the aftermath.

Very nice photography, Heinrich.

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Thank you Jer and yes the bad smell lingers on for a while.

Take care,
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