The crater bowl can be seen here. Volcanic activity here died out much further in the past than the recent eruptions in Timanfaya and so the recolonising with life is much further advanced
21 Apr 2018 9:36am
Desolate looking but I can see little traces of green
21 Apr 2018 1:05pm
A very good overview of the crater.
21 Apr 2018 1:48pm
a very very beautiful view here..hmmm...the soil must be very fertile !
21 Apr 2018 3:17pm
@Devi: The aridity of the climate slows everything down
'Awesome' in the true meaning of the word! Amazing how 'nature' is fighting to regain lost terrain ...
21 Apr 2018 4:35pm
@Franz: Yes, though here a lot of the land is new in the sense that the volcanoes have popped out of the sea. Although having said that it was an incremental process, built up layer by layer, so just when you thought it was safe to colonise another river of lava an a rain of ash would come crashing down :) One of the things that make it so interesting is that the active area is gradually moving southwards so as we travel north on this small island the land gets older.
Superb composition and very interesting .
21 Apr 2018 5:17pm
21 Apr 2018 5:30pm
Quel rendu désertique ce trou cette coline en fond quelle iamgeetimmensité
21 Apr 2018 6:22pm
The volcanic activity is so expansive. This is a beautiful view with the rugged terrain and the ocean in the distance. Years ago I visited Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and walked across Kilauea crater. It was an amazing experience.
22 Apr 2018 1:18am
like a crater
24 Apr 2018 2:11am
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