Table Rock, a tuff ring like the more famous state park Fort Rock, sits on the horizon. While it has much in common with Fort Rock, Table Rock is much larger, and in later stages changed from explosive phreatic eruptions to more effusive basalt eruption. This filled the center of the ring, creating the flat, table-like summit visible here.
Photo unmodified. August 20, 2011. FlashEarth location (approximate; this was taken on the fly)
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