If these little evacuees regretted the Keystone Fire’s intrusion on their Fourth-of-July holiday, they did not show it in this photo.
When options run out and flames close in, a thin tarp of high-tech fabric can be the barrier between life and death for wildland firefighters.
Not many people have a job that requires them to abandon their boots when they’re called to duty.
Portraits of some of the 1,456 firefighters working on three major wildfires in Wyoming.
A small group of retired wildland firefighting managers says safety reforms are needed to save lives.