The snow covered San Francisco Peaks, as seen from Grand Falls.
As I've explained before (probably ad nauseum), The Peaks are
actually the jagged edges of a dormant volcano. But we do have
the six highest points named. In this view, one can only visualize
four of them, from left to right... Fremont, Agassiz, Humphrey's
and Abineau. Doyle and Rees are the lowest, and hard to see
here. Flagstaff will be at the base of the southern slope, on the
left in this shot - behind the hills of the Sunset Crater Volcanic Field.
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