Pseudocraters in Silhouette, Myvatn, Iceland
Pseudocrater Silhouette, Iceland
A pseudocrater is rendered in silhouette against a volanic cone at sunset in Mývatn in northern Iceland. Mývatn is a lake that was formed approximately 2,300 years ago during a volanic period. The shorter hill is a pseudocrater, also known as a rootless vent. While it resembles a volcanic cinder cone, it formed through a different process. As basaltic lava flowed over soggy lake sediments, it flash heated the moisture into vapor, causing it to blast through the lava. Mývatn means lake with midge flies; the lake is infested with them during the summer months.
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Signature Edition: $100
Paper size: 11 x 8 1/2 inches
Approximate print size: 10 x 6 1/2 inches

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Paper size: 19 x 13 inches
Approximate print size: 18 x 12 inches

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Paper size: 36 x 24 inches
Approximate print size: 36 x 24 inches


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