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Other volcanoes of Alaska
In this page we present aerial photos of few other volcanoes: Redoubt (3108m a.s.l.), Drum (3661m a.s.l.). Wrangell (4317m a.s.l.), Pavlof (2518 m a.s.l.) and Veniaminof (2507m a.s.l.).
Redoubt Volcano as seen from Ninilchik, at the time of sunset, on the opposite shore of Cook Inlet.
Aerial view of Redoubt Volcano: two glaciers flow towards the right and the observer. Alaska Range in the background.
Inactive and strongly eroded crest of Drum Volcano rising above the extensive pine forests of Central Alaska.
The large shield of Wrangell Volcano, which last erupted around 1900 AD, is glacierized above 1000m.a.s.l.
The Aghileen Pinnacles (at left) and Pavlof Sister (2142m.a.s.l.) and, just to their right, and Pavlof Volcano (center) seen from Cold Bay airport.
Pavlof Sister (left) and Pavlof Volcanoes (right) rise above a thick stratocumulus cloud deck.
Telephoto view of Pavlof Volcano from the north. Black ash from the eruption during the summer of 2007 on Pavlof's summit.
Aerial view of Veniaminof Volcano rising above a thick stratocumulus cloud deck.
|Photos by Marco Fulle, in the early morning of 23 Sept 2007, and near sunset of 26 Sept. The sun was shining from SE; this may help to understand the orientation of the photos.|