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Petroglyph Nat'l Monu.: Volcan Volcano Peak
New Mexico

This is near the highest point on the Volcan volcano at the Petroglyph National Monument. One can see Albuquerque and the Sandias to the east, the Santa Fe mountains to the northeast, Redondo Peak to the north, Mount Taylor to the west, and the other volcanos to the south.

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13998x6999
Taken: 06/01/2010
Uploaded: 06/01/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015
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