The dramatic and destructive nature of fire often has negative associations, particularly with news of climate change and wild fires. However, the fires depicted here are treatments for landscapes that might become damaged beyond recovery. Processes seemingly destructive can be restorative and beautiful; the inverse can also be true. Different trees tell different stories. Human presence and its shifting history leads to different stories about the interstices of individual fields of experience. These pictures stem from a curiosity about the field and forest.