…belly full,
earth spews steam
in unseemly belch.

Photos from outside Reykjavik, Iceland. There are 300 volcanoes in Iceland. 50% of Iceland’s landmass is mountainous lava desert. The famous Blue Lagoon is in the midst of lava fields with waters heated by the natural geothermal heat “beneath the earth.”  These photos show the steam belching from the earth. In some places, large geysers shoot up. Iceland collects this geothermal energy and uses a system of pipes below streets in Reykjavik to keep streets from icing over and they also provide heat and electricity to homes in Iceland. Absolutely amazing to see.

6 thoughts on “Geyser…

    • lillian May 22, 2017 / 6:21 am

      It was a fabulous trip! Very hard to find time to write and even less time to read posts. Home now with many wonderful memories and lots a photos too! 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

      • whippetwisdom May 22, 2017 / 7:55 am

        It sounds wonderful and welcome back! :o) xxx


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