Sunset Crater Volcano ruins by Richardphotos ()
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It was the eruption of the Sunset Crater Volcano around 1085 that forced the farming community called Sinagua to abandon their homes and look for new ones that wouldn't be under a blanket of ash and other volcanic materials. credit is from foreverhungry.net
Image Comments (9)
daggerwilldo () Online Now! 10:19PM | Wed, 25 November 2020
This is really interesting. It seems upheavals of our Mother, keep us on the move and keep us moving forward. We ourselves are not immune. I wonder how we will fair when our time comes?
Radar_rad-dude () 12:10AM | Thu, 26 November 2020
Nice photo. Sorry development for the survivors of that catastrophe, having to move to new country. Such hardships to endure!
starship64 () 2:21AM | Thu, 26 November 2020
As soon as the volcano quieted down they came back, though, because volcanic ash really improves the fertility of the soil. My first archaeological field work was not far from there, at Honanki Pueblo.
eekdog () 12:14PM | Thu, 26 November 2020
way long ago it looks like. man, whipped it out.. cool shot. and happy Thanksgiving.
miwi () 5:34PM | Thu, 26 November 2020
Excellent capture,thans for the Info and happy Thanksgiving!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
RodS () 7:01PM | Thu, 26 November 2020
Great shot of the ruins, Richard! Very detailed and sharp.
I guess every age has its challenges. They had a volcano, we have a pandemic.