At least 21 people have been killed and thousands of homes destroyed after devastating wildfires swept through California's wine country.
Gabriel H. Sanchez
BuzzFeed News Photo Essay Editor
Last updated on July 3, 2018, at 2:19 p.m. ET
Posted on October 11, 2017, at 12:14 p.m. ET
A neighborhood is left destroyed by fire near Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa.
Fire Station 5 lies in ruins after a firestorm swept over the neighborhood in Santa Rosa.
A firefighter douses the inside of a home destroyed by the Canyon Fire 2 in Anaheim Hills.
Homeowner Martha Marquez at the site of her burned home in Santa Rosa.
The remains of an Arby's restaurant after burning down in Santa Rosa.
A McDonald's restaurant burned to the ground in Santa Rosa.
A resident goes through personal belongings in a parking lot next to a fire-damaged Arby's restaurant in Santa Rosa.
A Fountaingrove Village resident surveys the remains of the home he has owned for four years in Santa Rosa.
Charred fermentation tanks drip wine at a destroyed Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.
Burned-out wine bottles sit on a rack at the fire-damaged Signarello Estate winery in Napa.
A stairwell is all that remains from a building near the Olea Hotel in Glen Ellen.
Jim Hanks uses a wheelbarrow to remove a fawn he found in the backyard pond of his Fountaingrove home, one of the only homes on the block that survived in Santa Rosa.
A bubbling underground river of wine flows away from a burned Paradise Ridge Winery in Santa Rosa.
A destroyed car is left charred in Carneros, a town just outside of Napa.
Patio furniture is left charred and melted in Napa.
A statue of Jesus is left standing among a number of fire-damaged buildings at Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa.
Gabriel H. Sanchez is the photo essay editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York City.
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