Oh man, does it feel good to come in from the cold. It’s been almost five months since I won a “Where on (Google) Earth” competition and my blog has been suffering from neglect as a result. I was fortunate to catch a non-Schott Ruled challenge from Péter Luffi, and it didn’t take me too long to recognize that his remarkable cometary WoGE #337 was an ephemeral lake in a maar volcano crater. Noting the shadows indicated a southern hemisphere location, I soon narrowed my search to Patagonia, where I ultimately discovered his windswept wonder.
I know the WoGE hunters will be eager to get started on their next expedition, so with no further ado (and no Schott Rule) I present the target of your next search in the image below. As always, the person who correctly locates it (latitude and longitude will do nicely) and describes the significance of the geologic features seen therein will then reserve the honor of posting WoGE #339, in turn.
What are you waiting for? Mush!