Nuno Serrao 'The Haunting Smell of Ash' Captures Landscapes Post-Fire

By: Emily Evans - Published: May 31, 2011 • References: flickr &
When imagining what a once-lush landscape must look like after a fire, the image in your head may not be very uplifting --unless is it something like this Nuno Serrao 'The Haunting Smell of Ash' photography.

Nune Serrao is a talented photographer who chose to document the post-fire scenery of Laurisilva, which is a forest on the Madeira island. The UNESCO World Heritage site once boasted lush green landscapes and has since become engulfed in ash. Although the post-fire outcome of Laurisilva may not be as beautiful as it once was, this photographic series attempts restore an appreciation of the area.

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