PARADISE, Calif. - People started showing up early on the Ridge on Sunday to participate in a photo shoot designed to capture aerial images of people impacted by the Camp Fire.
The group Climate Uprising organized the photo shoot hoping to capture the determination and resilience of Camp Fire survivors.
Camp Fire survivors have been recognized by news organizations worldwide as victims of global climate change.
"We're surrounded here by evidence of the reality of climate change," said Bob Van Fleet, a supporter of Climate Uprising.
The photoshoot took place at 1:30 p.m. in Paradise at the intersection of Elliot and Debbie Ln.
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