The Slate Islands are formed by the central peak of a 450 million(+/-) year old meteorite impact crater. Though there was little life to witness it, there must have been a stupendous explosion to form the nearly 20 mile diameter crater. This photo is of a fiery explosion of a different sort and scale.
Thanks Nawitka; sorry to be slow responding but I was on a three week trip to the interior of northern Labrador and only returned Saturday. I've been wading through accumulated email while unpacking and following up with expedition members and sponsors.
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Photo taken in Slate Islands Provincial Park, Terrace Bay, ON, Canada
Misplaced? Suggest new location