Among the dozens of fires burning across California right now, the Rocky Fire, burning southeast of Clear Lake -- about 80 miles north of San Francisco -- is the largest and most dangerous. Local officials warned thousands of residents of two towns, Lower Lake and Clearlake, that they should be ready to evacuate. The fire had burned about 60,000 acres -- 94 square miles -- as of Monday morning and was only 12 percent contained. Fire crews from around the Bay Area and across the state are part of the fight, focusing largely on protecting structures the fire threatens.
Photographers Justin Sullivan of Getty Images and Josh Edelson of Agence France-Presse have been documenting the fire and filed the images in the gallery below.