The Fergusson Fire burned on the Sierra National Forest on the edge of Yosemite National Park for several weeks at the start of the 2018 fire season. Heavy inversion layers made using aircraft to aid in firefighting difficult as the smoke clung to the ground greatly reducing visibility. Eventually on the fourth day of the fire at around 6PM the layer lifted and air attack was able to make a few tanker runs in the setting sun. I sat in a field that evening with a group of battalion chiefs and watched the tankers. This is an image of the last run of the day as the plane crosses the setting sun.
This image is printed on museum/archival quality acid-free and lignin-free Moab Entrada Bright Rag paper in either 11×14 or 16×20. Matted and framed sizes are 16×20 and 20×24.