- The devil’s face has appeared in an image of bushfire smoke in regional Victoria
- Image was captured by the friend of Gippsland farmer Craig Calvert
- It emerged from the fires which left one dead and 28 missing in East Gippsland
The devil’s face has apparently appeared in the bushfire smoke out of regional Victoria, according to a dairy farmer.
Craig Calvert shared the photo showing the face coming from the smoke of the fires in East Gippsland.
The photo was captured by a friend of Mr Culvert’s as bushfires took hold of the region, including his farm near Sarsfield on Monday.
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