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Springerville Volcanic Field, White Mountains, Arizona USA
Arizona
The Springerville Volcanic Field is the third largest such field in the continental United States. Is is located near the small eastern Arizona town of Springerville/Eagar, which is also known as Round Valley. This photo shows the northern-most extent of the Wallow Fire burn.
Copyright: James L. Tanner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 04/07/2011
Uploaded: 14/07/2011
Updated: 03/09/2014
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Tags: white mountains; arizona; meadow; highway; sky; clouds; springerville; volcanic field
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