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Sunrise from Volcan Sajama, Bolivia 23rd October 2010

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Sunrise from Volcan Sajama, Bolivia

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Here is a recent image on the next ExposedPlanet, shot yesterday morning from the summit of Bolivia’s highest peak: Sajama.

Sajama is an extinct volcano – the crater is filled and covered with ice and snow- of 6542m high (21,463ft), it shadow towers over the Bolivian-Chilean border, lined with other mountains and the twin volcanoes of Parinacota & Pomerape, each of which are also higher than say, Denali (McKinley), the highest mountain in North America

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