A year after fire burned through two canyons on San Bruno Mountain, artist Jack Laws visited to see how different fire intensities left their mark on the plants of Buckeye and Owl canyons. Click on the image to see a larger version.
Also, see Jack in action making this page in our audio slideshow.
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