New Mexico - Petroglyph National Monument

The terrain around Albuquerque is seismically fairly quiet now, but there are extinct volcano cones scattered about, and in Petroglyph National Monument the ground is covered with basalt rocks from previous eruptions. The rocks make strong patterns against the yellow grass and silver bushes.

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