(WGS 84 or NAD 83)
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Cerro de la Olla (Pot Mountain) is a Pliocene andesitic volcano in the Taos Plateau Volcanic Field. In this view, The Servietta Basalts in the foreground are incised by the Rio Grande Gorge. Brushy Mountain is the pointy peak in the middle distance.
View to the NW from a campground in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument near Questa, NM
Image posted: 02-16-2018
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