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Sunset Crater Volcanoes

Sunset Crater near Flagstaff is only 932 years old, it has barely fallen asleep in geologic time. And though only a relatively small volcano when it erupted, there were First Nations Sinagua Tribes living around the  San Francisco Mountains close by.  So humans experienced this event! In the immediate foreground lies the Bonita Lava  Flow.

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument contains the results of much igneous activity – several colorful cinder cones formed by extinct volcanoes, and large expanses of lava and ash, mostly unobscured by vegetation and still pure black in color.

For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly

Available in 3 sizes;

  • 12″ x 22″
  • 18″ x 32″
  • 24″ x 44″

Available on 5 types of print media;

  • Fujiflex Crystal Archive paper
  • Fujiflex Crystal Archive paper mounted in acrylic
  • Satin Metal
  • Aluminum
  • Giclée Canvas

Archival Paper and Giclée Canvas prints are shipped in a rolled tube and ready for framing or stretching (for canvas).
Acrylic, Satin Metal, Aluminum, and Giclée Canvas Prints are available either ready to hang or without any mounting or hanging hardware.

Contact Zedekiah Gallery for information or to place an order.