Artists’ Firsthand Accounts of the California Wildfires

[Re-posting since I accidentally left some links out yesterday.]
Some things are irreplaceable. Awards you’ve won. Paintings you’ve created. The sense of home you built up in a place over a course of years. 
These are the intangibles that get lost in the statistics. But these three artist’s accounts make the intangible real…
Photographer Gene Dailey uses audio to paint a vivid picture of the devastation.
Actor Christopher Lloyd‘s house was destroyed…along with all the memorabilia from his life’s work. The way he describes it as he leads the TV cameras through the rubble is so heartbreaking.
And in this video, an artist named Carl describes what it was like to lose everything in a prior wildfire:

Photo from The Big Picture blog. Go check them out. Consistantly amazing stuff.