Mystery Volcano Photo #43

By Erik Klemetti | February 13, 2012 10:55 am

Someone mentioned it had been a while since a Mystery Volcano Photo – and considering I’m a little busy today, I thought I’d post #43. If you recall, #42 needed two images because the first image of Menan Buttes in Idaho was correctly identified by Ron Schott is something like 39 milliseconds. The second image was of an eruption of Ngauruhoe in New Zealand identified by Dylan Ray. So, our current standings look like this:

  • Boris Behncke – 7
  • Don Crain – 6
  • The Bobs – 4
  • Chris Reykjavik – 3
  • gijs – 2
  • Doug C. – 2
  • Robert Somerville – 2
  • volcanista – 1
  • Lockwood – 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
  • Ron Schott – 1
  • Dylan Ray – 1
  • Eva Hedstrom – 0.5

MVP #43 should hopefully offer some challenge to all of you, so good luck.

Mystery Volcano Photo #43 - take your best guess.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Eruptions, Science, Science Blogs
MORE ABOUT: New Zealand, volcanoes
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