101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part III)
Iceland is probably the most exciting place I have ever visited. We have been twice, the second time with our three sons. Geologically it is seems like it is literally out of this world. I felt like I was on the moon. This is one of the the stunning geysers
The ice fountains of Enceladus Fountains of water ice blast thousands of kilometres above the surface of Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus. It is thought that the pull of Saturn's powerful gravity distorts the moon and heats the interior, forming an underground ocean. When this reservoir of water contacts the vacuum of space it vaporises and explodes above the moon. Any liquid water freezes instantly. Images of the ice fountains were first captured by the Cassini probe.
Strokkur , Iceland... a part of the Golden Circle... The most magical photograph I have seen of this spouting geothermal area, with the crystal clear waters revealing the amazing beauty just under the Earth's skin. Getting to see this natural wonder would be pretty miraculous, it's not often you get the opportunity to look inside our planet and see that it's beautiful inside and out!
Geyser Opal from Spencer Idaho U.S.A Spenser Opal was deposited in volcanic rocks app 4 million years ago by geysers.The primary formation of the Spencer opal mines is a rhyolite and obsidian flow filled with gas pockets. The secondary deposit is a solution of silica and water, trapped within the rock and released by a series of geysers.