A view looking northeast from the west rim of Crack-in-the-Ground’s tension fracture; the fault scarp runs diagonally from the lower right to the upper left of the photo. Notice that the landscape appears sunken in the middleground, this is the area originally believed to have collapsed as the magma chamber that produced the Four Craters Flow emptied. The four cinder cones associated with the flow form the larger humps on the skyline, while the Four Craters Flow occupies much of the depression between the cones and Crack-in-the-Ground.