The Dallol in the Danakil, a low pressure area of Ethiopia. Natural colors, due to its hot sources of acid, mountains of sulfur, columns of salt, small gas geysers, basins of acids isolated by cornices of salt and concretions of evaporites, sulfur, magnesium chloride, brine and solidified soda.
Keywords used by Alexandre Peplaw to describe this photograph: Dallol, Danakil, Ethiopia, Colors, Volcanic
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