In early August of 2017, the Gibralter Ridge Fire engulfed the steep forested terrain seven miles east of Eureka, Montana. The fire made quick work of the dry grasses and groves of Fir and Pine. The fire expanded quickly and took over a month before crews and weather could stomp out the burn. Robert Leblanc was on site with fire crews during the initial blaze and recently returned to the charred landscape to document an often overlooked byproduct of the wildfires, regrowth. This change in landscape highlights the importance these fires have on the health of a forest ecosystem and reminds us to look for the positive, even amidst terrifying circumstance. ⬩