From Above, California Wine Town an Ashy Wasteland
Aerials show the devastation of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County after wildfires swept through the area.
Rows of destroyed homes line a street in Santa Rosa, California on Oct. 10, 2017 after deadly wildfires devastated Northern California, killing at least 21 people.
Charred cars are seen parked near destroyed homes on Oct. 11.
A section of Santa Rosa's Coffee Park neighborhood on Oct. 11.
Cars are seen on the road on Oct. 11 near destroyed homes.
Authorities grappled with containing the 22 firestorms raging simultaneously across the state's wine country, including Napa and Sonoma counties, where fierce winds and months of dry weather helped to kindle the flames.
The Hilton Sonoma Wine Country Hotel was destroyed.
Mobile homes were destroyed at the Journey's End Mobile Home Park.
Charred grass surrounds a freeway in Santa Rosa on Oct. 11.
Homes that were spared by the wildfire face a row of destroyed homes on Oct. 10.
Ash fills the remains of destroyed homes on Oct. 10.
Eviscerated houses in the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa.
Firefighters inspect an Arby's restaurant.
Two swimming pools lie among destroyed homes on Oct. 11.
The Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa on Oct. 11.
A sports field was charred.
The K-Mart store was destroyed.
Smoke fills the sky above a destroyed neighborhood on Oct. 10.