The picture shows the dramatic scene as five fire crews tackled a blaze which ripped through a house in north London.
The former farmhouse in Whitewebbs Road, Enfield was destroyed last night.
Police and firefighters have launched an investigation into the blaze, which was reported at about 8.40pm. Firefighters were at the property today making it safe for investigators.
A source said: “There were two places the fire started, in the house itself and an outhouse.
“That suggests arson. It was a huge fire but thankfully no one appears to have been inside. There was fire at the property about a year ago.”
A fire service spokesman said: “A detached house was completely gutted by fire. A neighbouring single-storey barn was also gutted in the blaze.”
The house has no neighbours and there were no injuries.