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Agaltha Peak, also know as El Capitan Peak, rises to over 1500' in height near Kayenta, Arizona and Monument Valley.  Agathla Peak is an eroded volcanic plug consisting of volcanic breccia cut by dikes of an unusual igneous rock called minette Agaltha Peak, also know as El Capitan Peak, rises to over 1500' in height near Kayenta, Arizona and Monument Valley.  Agathla Peak is an eroded volcanic plug consisting of volcanic breccia cut by dikes of an unusual igneous rock called minette Isla Afuera is a volcanic plug towering 700 feet above the ocean near the south end of Guadalupe Island.  Its steep cliffs extend underwater hundreds of feet offering spectacular wall diving and submarine topography, Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe)
Agaltha Peak, also know as El Capitan Peak, rises to over 1500' in height near Kayenta, Arizona and Monument Valley. Agathla Peak is an eroded volcanic plug consisting of volcanic breccia cut by dikes of an unusual igneous rock called minette. Volcanic Plug Photo.
Image ID: 28553  
Location: Kayenta, Arizona, USA
 
Agaltha Peak, also know as El Capitan Peak, rises to over 1500' in height near Kayenta, Arizona and Monument Valley. Agathla Peak is an eroded volcanic plug consisting of volcanic breccia cut by dikes of an unusual igneous rock called minette. Volcanic Plug Picture.
Image ID: 28552  
Location: Kayenta, Arizona, USA
 
Isla Afuera is a volcanic plug towering 700 feet above the ocean near the south end of Guadalupe Island. Its steep cliffs extend underwater hundreds of feet offering spectacular wall diving and submarine topography. Stock Photography of Volcanic Plug.
Image ID: 09753  
Location: Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe), Baja California, Mexico
 
Isla Afuera is a volcanic plug towering 700 feet above the ocean near the south end of Guadalupe Island.  Its steep cliffs extend underwater hundreds of feet offering spectacular wall diving and submarine topography, Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe) Isla Afuera is a volcanic plug towering 700 feet above the ocean near the south end of Guadalupe Island.  Its steep cliffs extend underwater hundreds of feet offering spectacular wall diving and submarine topography, Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe)
Isla Afuera is a volcanic plug towering 700 feet above the ocean near the south end of Guadalupe Island. Its steep cliffs extend underwater hundreds of feet offering spectacular wall diving and submarine topography. Photograph of Volcanic Plug.
Image ID: 09754  
Location: Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe), Baja California, Mexico
 
Isla Afuera is a volcanic plug towering 700 feet above the ocean near the south end of Guadalupe Island. Its steep cliffs extend underwater hundreds of feet offering spectacular wall diving and submarine topography. Volcanic Plug Photos.
Image ID: 09755  
Location: Guadalupe Island (Isla Guadalupe), Baja California, Mexico
 


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