This needs to be seen full size (right click, open in new tab) to be appreciated. It's a panorama of Newberry Volcano, seen from the summit of Lava Butte. In terms of its footprint, Newberry is an enormous mountain, though its height above the surrounding terrain is relatively modest. It's an excellent example of a shield volcano, characterized by fluid, runny lavas like basalt. Dozens of single-shot parasitic cinder cones litter its flanks, including the one I'm standing on, here.