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Great PaulVDV 2021-05-29 2:37

Hello Luciano,
Scenes like we find in the picture in the WS I've seen in the Atacama desert in Chile. I remember the steam was seen only early in the morning. When the air heats up, the steam is no longer visible. Same in Iceland?
I find these landscapes particularly fascinating.
I like such arid landscapes and wouldn't mind the smell of sulphur.
The rocks in the foreground of your main picture and the visitors spread over the photo ensure good depth in the image.
Best regards, Paul

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no here the steam comes out constantly 24 hours a day, and in many areas it has been ducted and is used for many things, including heating homes.
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Thank you Luciano!
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