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Mystery Volcano Photo #31

January 17, 2011, 9:21 AM
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Not a lot of time today for a substantive post, but seems like a good day for a new Mystery Volcano Photo. We're into the third decade of photos, so here are the current standings. A certain man in Italy seems to be pulling away ...

MVP #30 was from Craters of the Moon during my trip there this summer. You can see another picture from that are of Idaho in the top left (click to see a larger image).

MVP Standings

  • Boris Behncke - 6
  • Don Crain - 4
  • The Bobs - 3
  • gijs - 2
  • volcanista - 1
  • Lockwood - 1
  • Elizabeth - 1
  • Ralph - 1
  • Anne - 1
  • Cam - 1
  • gg - 1
  • Damon Hynes - 1
  • Marco - 1
  • Doug C. - 1
  • Diane - 1
  • Stephen - 1
  • MK, Alberta - 1
  • Kultsi - 1
  • Henrik - 1
  • Zane - 1
  • Rodger Wilson - 1
  • Chris Reykjavik - 1

So, here is MVP #31 ... I've tried to make it a little trickier, so you need to name the volcanoes in the foreground and background ... and bonus if you can name the unit in the very front foreground. Good luck!

MVP 31 - click here to see a larger version.

 

Mystery Volcano Photo #31

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