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Mt. Augustine active volcano, March 2006, view from Kachemak Bay, Homer, Alaska, across the Cook Inlet. Approximately 75 miles from the Volcano, which sits as an island off the coast of the Alaska Peninsula. Atmospheric conditions create the optical illusion of a vanishing edges at the base where the volcano meets the water.
Photo ID#: 17-18277  Patrick J. Endres / AlaskaPhotoGraphics.com
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Photo ID#: 17-18277

Mt Augustine venting plume

Mt. Augustine active volcano, March 2006, view from Kachemak Bay, Homer, Alaska, across the Cook Inlet. Approximately 75 miles from the Volcano, which sits as an island off the coast of the Alaska Peninsula. Atmospheric conditions create the optical illusion of a vanishing edges at the base where the volcano meets the water.
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Photographer: Patrick J Endres
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