Just a quick ABC Wednesday this week.
The letter is V and this photo was taken at Valley of Fires outside of Carrizozo, New Mexico.
Valley of Fires is a forty five mile stretch of lava that has extruded up from the earth only some fifteen hundred years ago, making it one of the youngest and largest lava flows of its' type. In places, the lava is up to to one hundred fifty feet thick.
While this photo doesn't show the lava beds, it was taken while we were staying at the BLM campground located in the middle of the flow.
As always, you can click to enlarge for a more detailed image.