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- Taken by
- Rich Gibson
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- 0.28 Gigapixels
- Date added
- October 18, 2012
- Date taken
- April 05, 2010
- geology, landscape
I had this labeled as the North Side of SP Crater in my notes, but clearly this is the south side. Whoops. I think that points to some of the issues inherent in doing field work.
I took notes on my netbook on every shot, and I made a waypoint. Using those data sources, plus sanity checking in Google Earth, provides some hope that the information is really correct. And yet, errors slip through :-/
Last shot of the day. My notes say 'We're losing light, I'm not that optimistic about it.' But I'm happy with the light, with the sense of quiet mass as the day passes and the volcanos remain.
After this we packed up the car and raised back to Flagstaff. This was taken at 5:30 pm, looking at the sunset calculator, twilight wat at 5:42 and sunset was 6:51, and there was no moon until late.
It looks like I took G34 at 6:47pm the next day...really racing the light :-)
The top of SP Crater is 2 miles from the camera location.
location: (35.55186, -111.62589)
There is more description, links to more of these images, and maps, at scaleindependent.com/projects/drats