Ethiopia Dallol volcano. Dallol – a volcanic explosion crater (or maar) in the Danakil Depression, northeast of the Erta Ale Range in Ethiopia
Ethiopia Dallol volcano. Dallol is an active volcanic crater in Ethiopia. The beautiful volcano is known for its extra-terrestrial landscapes reminiscent of Io, a satellite of Jupiter, its colorful composition of sulfur and lava under-site. In 1926, a large explosion created a large lake located at an altitude of 48 meters below sea level. The Lake has beautiful violet-yellow color. At the edge of the crater there is the village of Dallol.
Dallol – a volcanic explosion crater (or maar) in the Danakil Depression, northeast of the Erta Ale Range in Ethiopia
The term Dallol was coined by the Afar people and means dissolution or disintegration describing a landscape made up of green acid ponds (pH-values less than 1) iron oxide, sulfur and salt desert plains. The area resembles the hot springs areas of Yellowstone Park.
Dallol, volcanic explosion crater (or maar) in the Danakil Depression, Ethiopia
Numerous hot springs are discharging brine and acidic liquid here. Widespread are small, temporary geysers which are forming cones of salt.
Ethiopia Dallol volcano
Ethiopia Dallol volcano is a volcanic explosion crater (or maar) in the Danakil Depression, Ethiopia
One of a kind scenery of Dallol, volcanic explosion crater in the Danakil Depression, Ethiopia
Yellow colors of Dallol – beautiful landscape of volcanic crater in Ethiopia
Incredible unearthly view of the volcanic crater in Ethiopia
Picturesque landscape of Dallol – beautiful volcanic crater in Ethiopia
Incredibly beautiful landscape, is if painted by the great master Nature. Dallol volcanic crater in Ethiopia
Bright colors of a volcanic crater in Ethiopia
Just a paradise for photographers – Dallol, volcanic crater in Ethiopia