The sign sits only feet from hundreds of homes that have now been reduced to nothing but foundations.
Not a fleck of paint is left on this pickup truck, as it now lies flat on the ground with only the stringy remains of its tires left.
The hood of a pickup truck, blown open in a heat-induced explosion, provides a clear view of the melted remains of its engine.
A charred flatbed lies shrouded behind blackened trees.
Here lies the skeleton of what used to be an RV, parked on the edge of someone's property.
Corrugated metal, tree limbs, and ash blanket the foundation of a destroyed home.
The front gate is all that remains standing on this property.
Towering trees stripped of their leaves loom over the remains of what once was a house.
A plastic fence is seen melted and warped, lying along the side of Pleasants Valley Road.
A forest of ash is all that is left after the LNU fire scorched its way to the edge of Winters.
By Anthony Corbett,
The LNU Complex lightning-caused fires started on Aug. 17 and were finally extinguished at the start of October. Click through this photo essay to see how the fires have affected the Winters area.