Looking northwest across Cerro Colorado and Diaz Playa beyond it. Collapse of the inner parts of the tuff cone into the vent was followed by renewed tuff eruptions at Cerro Colorado, as indicated by inward-dipping layers of tuff deposited across truncated older tuff layers. As at Molina Crater, eruptions occurred from more than one vent. The roughly 12 thousand-year-old lava flow from La Laja is in the middle distance on the left.