The Kincade Fire in Pictures

Governor Gavin Newsom of California declared a state of emergency on Sunday as high winds in Northern California prompted hundreds of thousands of people to evacuate and as the Kincade fire continued to rage through the area.

New York Times photographers have been documenting the destruction caused by the fire and the fight to contain it.

[For the latest on the Kincade fire, read our live briefing.]

The fire, which has been burning since Wednesday night, continued to tear through Healdsburg, Calif., on Sunday.

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