Black ash covers charred remains of Malibu Creek State Park


This 360 degree footage shows the devastation following the Woolsey Fire in California. Ash and the charred remains of trees cover Malibu Creek State Park.

"I climbed to an eagle vantage point to capture this 360 degree view of the devastation to the Malibu Creek State Park and the adjoining Malibou Lake community," said the filmer.

The Woolsey Fire started on November 8. Three people have died and hundreds of thousands have been evacuated from Los Angeles and Ventura County, and more than 400 homes have been destroyed.