- Jun 11, 2015
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I've visited Crater Lake too on multiple occasions and it is indeed very beautiful, especially at sunset when the water takes on an orange glow instead of the azure blue from the reflection of the sky on a sunny day, but this is a discussion about geology, not tourist attractions.
The Danish volcanic activity map is looking a little bare at present, but you did have an earthquake a couple of weeks ago, but at magnitude 1.7 probably nobody felt it!I am just glad none of them are within 1000 KM of Denmark, it would take some act of a deity to get a volcano here, let alone right under our capitol.
"Possibly" a geologic feature? Really? What else are you suggesting it might be?Hehehehe ...
I know what the hole in the ground is , but it almost looks like there is a ICBM sticking out of its side ..
Are there any photographs of this ? Is it documented anywhere ?
Looks like a interesting geological feature .. ( Possibly )
From 2437 meters , it looks kind of large .
Not much to see if you visit Zuidwal volcano!There are a volcano in Holland, but it erupted in Jurassic times called Zuidwal volcano, thats probably the closest "volcano".
Well, I'm not quite sure why you posted this thread but it certainly seems like you were soliciting opinions about what you found. And what you report to have found and what you are say about how it might "possibly" be a geologic formation suggests that you may feel it to be something else.Scour Google Earth ?
No , very rarely do I google Earth , Google Moon , Google Mars
It has been wet and windy , so I got a little bored !
But certainly looks like some sort of Spire sticking out of the side of the hole with some interesting coloration's .
And looks rather large .. I thought it might be documented ....