Virtual Volcano Vacation challenge #124 – Postcard #1

3D-rendered satellite image by Google Earth Pro

THIS is what I mean when I say a volcano is “volcanoey”.  It is wide at the bottom, has a hole at the top, and has  flanks covered in lava flows that I could not have sculpted more perfectly myself with my spoon in a mound of mashed potatoes.  But unlike my mashed potatoes with gravy, this volcano can explode as well as flow.

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2 thoughts on “Virtual Volcano Vacation challenge #124 – Postcard #1

  1. I have always hoped for a volcano that I recognise at first sight because I recently scrutinized an image of it, but mostly I forget or confuse them all shortly after. 😀 It worked almost instantly with SARYCHEV PK. though.

    I really enjoy the searching and would like to be part of the party more often but… normally it takes me an awful lot of time (hours) to find the needle in the haystack. Perhaps you’d get more riddlers if you’d give more clues? Or you could constrain the area just a little? Either by continent (if its not Mt. Erebus) or at least by hemisphere? Just a suggestion.

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