Australians are spreading images of the miraculous regeneration of forests after a fire. Forest fires have been raging throughout the country for months.
After many catastrophic forest fires, netizens in Australia are sharing images of regeneration in areas hit by the fire.
Murray Lowe shared a series of photos on his Facebook account taken in Kulnara, New South Wales. This series of photos has received 38,000 shares.
The bushes grew back on the black burnt ground.(Photo: Murray Lowe).
'I went into the fire area to record some images of how Australian trees react to the fire and how they regenerate and revive themselves,' he wrote on Facebook. ' Even without any rain, life rises from the burnt bark.'
Mr. Lowe is selling these photos and the proceeds will go to helping victims of the fire.
Many have commented on the greatness of these photos.
'These images bring hope , ' one woman wrote.
Young shoots on the burning mother plant.(Photo: Murray Lowe).
'The ground is being' reborn! What a wonderful area, ' another wrote.
Earlier this month, the Koala Port Macquarie Hospital also shared photos of tree regeneration.
'It was great to see the forest regenerating after the forest fire,' they said.
In the state of New South Wales, nearly five million hectares have been burned.
The forests are slowly reviving.(Photo: Murray Lowe).
In Victoria, more than 1.2 million hectares have been burned. In South Australia it is 274,000 ha, in Queensland it is 2.5 million ha, in Western Australia 1.7 million ha and in Tasmania it is more than 32,000 ha.
Fire teams are extinguishing many fires. However, some neighborhoods are still without electricity and many remain in evacuation centers on the southern coast of New South Wales.