Sunday, June 16, 2019

Deildartunguhver

The largest spring in Iceland is Deildartunguhver - constantly boiling pool of geysers and spouters. This might be the most powerful thermal spring in...

Vellir (Árhver) – geyser in the river

One of the weirdest geysers is Vellir or Árhver in the western Iceland. This hot spring has formed a cone right in the middle...

Ystihver and Hveravellir (Husavik) geothermal field

The northernmost geyser in Iceland and the whole world is Ystihver - the only remaining geyser in Hveravellir geothermal field. Hveravellir geothermal field There are two...

Leppaluði borehole

Often tourists mix up two hot springs or geysers - the artificial and more active Leppaluði borehole and dormant Grýla - once impressive geyser...

Grýla – geyser near Hveragerði

Now Grýla is dormant or even extinct geyser - but some decades ago it was one of the most impressive Icelandic geysers. Hveragerði Hveragerði is an...

Dagejia Geysers

Most likely, the most powerful geyser of Asia is Dagejia Pohutu Geyser - one of the geysers in Dagejia geothermal field. Geysers of Tibet Not too...

Kalarskiy Geyser

Little known and seldom visited natural wonder of Siberia is Kalarskiy Geyser. Most likely, this is not a true geyser but cold water geyser,...

Daikoku Sulfur Cauldron

Earlier people thought that lakes of liquid sulfur are found only in outer space, not on Earth. But some are known also on Earth...

North-West Eifuku Champagne Vent

Only some decades ago it was discovered that at some submarine volcanoes can be found hot springs which emit liquid carbon dioxide. Best known...

North-Western solfatara field of Shiashkotan

There are no true geysers on Kuril Islands but North-Western solfatara field of Shiashkotan has some springs which are... almost geysers. Landmarks of Shiashkotan There are...