I normally think of forest fires as being a big thing in California or Australia, but not generally in Europe, but the reality is that as the climate changes they are appearing in more and more places.
Right now there are wildfires in Andalusia, in the south of Spain, and more than 2,000 people have been evacuated from their homes as the military and firefighters battle the blazes.
The blaze has burned 7,400 hectares, according to Spanish media.
"This is inhuman, nothing like this has ever been seen," one evacuee, Adriana Iacob told Reuters news agency. "The flames of the fire as they ran through the mountains, it was amazing."
"Since the fire started, we haven't slept for days. It's awful," another local resident, Pepa Rubio, said.
As climate change makes wildfires more likely around the globe, how prepared are we to deal with it, and are you worried about fires where you live?