Mystery Volcano Photo #41 - UPDATED

It's been over a month since the last MVP, so I thought it might be time to throw out another. Last time, Chris Reykjavik got the right answer - Kaula Island in Hawai`i (top left), a remnant of a tuff cone on a shield volcano - after what might be a record number of guesses by the Eruptions crew. Hopefully the new one will give you similar fits.


The standings:

  • Boris Behncke - 7
  • Don Crain - 5
  • The Bobs - 4
  • Chris Reykjavik - 3
  • gijs - 2
  • Doug C. - 2
  • volcanista - 1
  • Lockwood - 1
  • Robert Somerville - 1
  • Elizabeth - 1
  • Ralph - 1
  • Anne - 1
  • Cam - 1
  • gg - 1
  • Damon Hynes - 1
  • Marco - 1
  • Diane - 1
  • Stephen - 1
  • MK, Alberta - 1
  • Kultsi - 1
  • Henrik - 1
  • Zane - 1
  • Rodger Wilson - 1
  • Robin Campion - 1
  • Jan Nygard - 1
  • Cole Kingsbury - 1
  • Manuela - 1
  • Phillip Mulholland - 1
  • Eva Hedstrom - 0.5
  • UPDATE: Robert Somerville got #41 on the very first guess (see comments), so I'm adding a second image ... try your luck on this one:

    MVP #41a

    Click here to see a larger version.

    SOLVED! Here is the new MVP. Good luck - and to make it more difficult, I need an identification and a date of eruption! SOLVED!

    Click here to see a larger version.

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