March 24, 2017
Shown above is a beautiful springtime view of Osorno Volcano as seen from Lake Todos los Santos in the Los Lagos Region of Chile. Though quiescent for over a century, Osorno erupted at least 11 times between 1575 and 1869.The symmetrical shape and snowcapped summit (8,701 ft or 2,652 m) of this stratovolcano is renown in Chile as a geographic symbol. It's also known for its resemblance to Mount Fuji, Japan.
As a result of its maritime (marine west coast) climate, Osorno's flanks receive abundant snowfall during the colder months. Glaciers cover its upper slopes -- above approximately 5,900 ft (1,800 m). Photo taken on November 21, 2016.
Photo Details: Camera Maker: Apple; Camera Model: iPhone 7; Focal Length: 3.99mm (35mm equivalent: 72mm); Digital Zoom: 2.287x; Aperture: ƒ/1.8; Exposure Time: 0.0002 s (1/4808);
ISO equiv: 20.
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