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  • Day4


    September 30 in Iceland

    Very pretty sunny morning. Yesterday we went by Geysir so fast, because of the crowds, so we planned to get there early and have breakfast there...and take a soak. Oops no pool, and the food place was closed until 9:00 am. So we had a quiet hike around Iceland’s Yellowstone. Did you know that the word Geyser, comes form here. We had nice time looking at hot pools and some nice steam vents, without crowds. But the idea for breakfast and a soak was a bust. Down the road...Read more

  • Day11

    Geysir Under Pressure

    February 16 in Iceland

    Our route from Gulfoss took us through Geysir. We'd also visited there on our last trip and once again there were more penguin tourists than you'd find water molecules in your average jet of sulphurous steam. We drove slowly through the site, trying not to mow down the people crossing the road and Rob grabbed a couple of shots from the side window of the car.

    Maybe February is just a busy time of the year. Who knows.Read more

  • Day7


    September 27 in Iceland

    Second stop on the Golden Circle are the Gysirs. The are around 20 Gysirs and one of them gets the full attention every 6 minutes 😁

  • Day11


    October 4, 2017 in Iceland

    Vom Gullfoss ging es weiter zum Geysir. Ein leichter Schwefelgeruch liegt in der Luft und überall brodelt und blubbert es.

    Gespannt warten wir mit den anderen Besuchern auf den Ausbruch des Geysirs, aber lange mussten wir nicht warten. Die Hitze und der Druck unter Erde lassen den Geysir ca. alle 5 Minuten ausbrechen.

  • Day2


    January 17 in Iceland

    Ei oskanud sellest geisrist üldse palju oodata, kuni sinna kõndides pauguga vee juga kõrgele kõrgele lendas. Ümber ringi olid maa sees väiksed augud kust auru tuli ja mõnest mullitas ka vesi välja ning taga pool oli kaks suur geisrit, kust siis keev vesi 10 minuti tagant joana taevasse lendas 35m kõrgusele. Suurem osa veest aurustus koheselt.

    Tegelt pidi seal olema veel suurem geiser ka, mis purskab 90-110 minutiliste vahedega, aga seda me ära oodata ei jõudnudki.Read more

  • Day2

    Ponid tee ääres

    January 17 in Iceland

    Pärast Blue Lagoonist tulles hakkasime märkama, et nende tee äärsed pori loigud ja kraavid on täis hele sinist vett. Äkki kohalike jaoks ongi Blue Lagoon üks suur pori loikude kogum!?

    Suutsime päris tükk aega sõita mööda vapustavatest vaadetest, kuni Kadri nägi ponisid tee ääres mäe jalamil. Tegime peatuse, pildistasime ja tegelt lendasime isegu drooniga korra.

  • Day3


    February 6 in Iceland

    Beim Parkplatz vom Geysir merkten wir auf einmal, wieviele Touristen hier unterwegs sind. Reisebus um Reisebus brachten diese Leute her, ich möchte mal gar nicht wissen wie es hier in der Hauptsaison ausschaut, wenn es im Winter schon so viele hat.
    Abschrankungen wären eigentlich dazu da, dass man diese nicht übersteigt, da wundert man sich dann schon, wenn es immer mehr komische Regeln gibt, um diese ganzen Massen einigermassen naturtauglich zu machen.Read more

  • Day2


    October 26, 2016 in Iceland

    The place that gave its name to all the rest.

    It's an eerie place not only because you hear all the tourists in a multitude of languages shouting "Ah Captain ... there she blows!", but the ground steaming is not the sort of thing you find in the better parts of Wolverhampton. Mind you, having said that perhaps we can think of some places where a steaming landscape in Wolver'ampton may not be all that difficult to find.

    The smell of sulphur (gone off eggs to you), coloured earth with greens, reds and whites, boiling pools and a geyser which erupts every few minutes. How on earth could there be anything to photograph?

    As you can see, we tried and in the fading light this ended our day. See you tomorrow.
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