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The state of California faced its worst fire season in history. One of the worst fires located in Los Angeles and Ventura County, named the Woolsey Fire. This wildfire burned; 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,643 structures. Three people reported to have died in the blaze, and over a quarter-million evacuated. A man looks through the rubble of his home after it fell from a violent wildfire. Ventura Untied States

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The state of California faced its worst fire season in history. One of the worst fires located in Los Angeles and Ventura County, named the Woolsey Fire. This wildfire burned; 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,643 structures. Three people reported to have died in the blaze, and over a quarter-million evacuated. A helicopter flys above as it make water drops on a new fire breakout. Ventura Untied States

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The state of California faced its worst fire season in history. One of the worst fires located in Los Angeles and Ventura County, named the Woolsey Fire. This wildfire burned; 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,643 structures. Three people reported to have died in the blaze, and over a quarter-million evacuated. Two Fire Chiefs sit on the bed of a truck after hours of battling a violent wildfire. Ventura Untied States

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Thousands of Texans across the Dallas/Fort Worth area celebrate Independence Day at the Little Elm lake park on July 4, 2022. The event is known for its fireworks and the ability for boats to sit out on the lake and watch as the night sky lights up with explosions of color. Little Elm United States

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11/9/20KellerTexas - A young boy looks up at an American flags during the third day of the Keller Town Hall, Field of Honor. Keller United States

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The state of California faced its worst fire season in history. One of the worst fires located in Los Angeles and Ventura County, named the Woolsey Fire. This wildfire burned; 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,643 structures. Three people reported to have died in the blaze, and over a quarter-million evacuated. After waiting to see if the fire will move away from his home, a man flees to his vehicle. The fire department asked the community to evacuate to prevent death or injury from the wildfire. Ventura Untied States

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- The 2022 CPAC Texas, The Conservative Political Action Conference, Hosted at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. Dallas United States

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NGAN community leaders lead the crowd of thousands to march the Downtown Dallas streets to protest their voice on the murder of George Floyd and many other Black Americans. Dallas United States

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The state of California faced its worst fire season in history. One of the worst fires located in Los Angeles and Ventura County, named the Woolsey Fire. This wildfire burned; 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,643 structures. Three people reported to have died in the blaze, and over a quarter-million evacuated. Wildlife is the most vulnerable during these disasters; caught in the middle of the flames, they panic out of the area. A burnt rabbit's fur melted to its body, and the pain from its wounds was seen in the creature's eyes. Ventura Untied States

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11/14/20 Fort Worth, Texas - A Trump Supporter holds his flags as he walks back to his vehicle after a massive Trump rally against the 2020 Presidential Election. Fort Worth United States

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The state of California faced its worst fire season in history. One of the worst fires located in Los Angeles and Ventura County, named the Woolsey Fire. This wildfire burned; 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,643 structures. Three people reported to have died in the blaze, and over a quarter-million evacuated. Firefighters put out any remaining hotspots from the passing wildfire. Ventura Untied States

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- The 2022 CPAC Texas, The Conservative Political Action Conference, Hosted at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. Dallas United States

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(Date) (Location) - Benny De La Vega, aTexas voter gathers at Dallas City Hall and places a candle on an outline that reads "Count Every Vote" at a rally one day after Election Day. With votes still being counted, the 2021 Presidency annulment is pending, with Texas leaning towards Trump. Dallas United States

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Copyright Chris Rusanowsky 2022
Updated Sep 2021
Location Dallas, Texas
Topics Business, Documentary, Editorial, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture

Chris Rusanowsky Dallas Photojournalist

CHRIS RUSANOWSKY, FREELANCE PHOTOJOURNALIST, EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, DALLAS, TEXAS, FORT WORTH, DENTON, NEWS PHOTO, JOURNALIST IN DALLAS, ASSIGNMENTS, NORTHTEXAS
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