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Panoramic photo of Isabela Island, Galapagos

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This photo is a composite view of Isabela's Alcedo Volcano, looking east from Fernandina Island across the Bolivar Channel (scroll right for the entire view). This view represents a 180º panorama. To the far left the cone of Volcán Ecuador is just visible. To its right is Volcán Wolf covered with in cloud. Center are the lower slopes of Volcán Alcedo, also covered with cloud. The dark patches are areas of bare lava from relatively recent eruptions. To the far right, barely visible is Volcán Sierra Negra, the largest volcano in the Galapagos, and one of the biggest in the world. Compare this view with the map of the islands.

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