BERNHARD EDMAIER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY BERNHARD EDMAIER / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Aerial photograph of Isluga Volcano, Atacama, Chile. Yellow sulphur deposits are formed by the hot acid vapours swelling from the steep crater walls of the 5550 meters high Isluga volcano. It rises above the Altiplano in the highlands at the border between Northern Chile and Bolivia The crater is 400 meters in diameter.
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