Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Campbellton's Volcano

Andy | Tuesday, July 14, 2020 | Best Blogger Tips
Located near the northern end of the Appalachian Mountains Sugarloaf is an extinct volcano left over from the Devonian age. The mountain is protected by Sugarloaf Provincial Park and lies within the City Limits Of Campbellton, New Brunswick.

13 comments:

  1. That’s something very different. Interesting Andy.

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  2. ...I had forgotten that the Appalachian Mountains were international.

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  3. Extinct volcanos fascinate me. I've always wanted to climb to the top of one. Now I think I'd just like to fly over one. I love those low clouds in your photo. A little higher up and it would look like the volcano was warming up.

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  4. That's a great picture withe clouds and mist.

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  5. Let us hope this volcano remains extinct. It is a picturesque mountain.

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  6. Very dramatic sky with the mist and mountain. Nicely composed image, Andy!

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  7. Extinct volcanoes are the best kind. Mt. Rainier, in sight of Seattle, is not.
    I hate to admit how poor my geography knowledge is about eastern North America. I didn't realize the Appalachian Mtns. extended up into Canada.

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  8. Bien captado ese paisaje urbano, amigo
    Un abrazo

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  9. If the barely dormant one under Yellowstone ever goes, we be in big trouble!! Nice picture, Andy.

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  10. knowing it is a volcano, it becomes an overwhelming sight, and a beautiful image!!

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