As I was sitting in The Coffee Fox slaving my life away to vector graphics on Adobe Illustrator I kept noticing tourists and residents of Savannah, Georgia taking photos of Broughton Street. Although Broughton Street embodies charm, people are usually not so enthusiastic about taking such detailed photos. As I went outside to get some fresh air I realized why people were so interested. There it was; a blazing fire the size of a tornado painting the Savannah sky black. The old photography student in me was fascinated by the beauty of such a disaster. I took a little field trip to South Carolina to get as close as I possibly could.

The fire was caused by 5600 TONS of rubber burning at the ocean port.