Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral, The Geysers of Iceland

Geyser Iceland

Luckily the nearby geyser Strokkur erupts much more regularly every five minutes or so to heights of up to twenty metres (that’s the equivalent of about five London double decker buses).  Crowds of people were gathered expectantly around the glassy pool waiting for the translucent blue water bubble to foam and then dramatically break through the surface forcing many gallons of boiling water and hissing steam into the air.

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10 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Ephemeral, The Geysers of Iceland

  1. A force of nature. Whoosh. Stand back. I know I don’t want to stand too close. Impressive. o_O

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  2. Oh Iceland. Just one more reason to notch it up on my list Andrew. It’s all your fault. 🙂

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  3. Fabulous, Andrew! Looks like you had a ringside seat 🙂

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  4. The Storyteller

    I went to Iceland in the winter of 2012/13 (we stayed for New Year) and it was definitely one of my favourite places to visit!
    Great blog by the way, I will certainly be back!

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