La Poruñita volcano (a small black volcanic cinder cone) and Aucanquilcha volcano, Region II, Chile
La Poruñita is a young looking pyroclastic / scoria cone (effectively a lateral crater) on the lower WSW flank of Ollagüe volcano. It has been dated to an age of 420,000 to 680,000 years.
Photograph ID: Aucanquilcha2016D1
Photo © James Brunker, Magical Andes Photography 2016
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Photograph size: 20.0 Mpixels (57.1 MB uncompressed) - 5472x3648 pixels (18.2x12.1 in / 46.3x30.9 cm at 300 ppi)
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