Great Geysir, in Icelandic means burst spring. The Great Geysir is a round pool. The spring in the center of the pool is a "cave". The temperature inside the "cave" is higher than 100 degrees centigrade. Every time the spring erupts, only the sound of the rumbling in the hole can be heard, and the sound gradually becomes louder and louder, and the boiling water also surges until it rushes out of the hole and sprays into the sky, turning from the middle water column to the steam rushing to the sky. And then it turns into drops of water, which is very spectacular.
About 90 kilometers east from Blue Lagoon is the geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser. In the wonder of Iceland "Golden Circle", geyser is one of Iceland's major features. There are pictures of Great Geysir boiling eggs in Iceland's Official tourism promotional film. Geothermal hot springs here have temperatures as high as 80-100 & Among the more than 50 geysers around, the strokkur geyser in the middle attracts many tourists. It erupts every five minutes or so and sprays the highest. Usually it looks like a cooker bubbling. Although the weather is cold, it is worth seeing "blue bubbles". The so-called "blue bubbles" refers to the surface of the geothermal spring eye slowly bulging up a diameter of about 10 cm blue. Bubbles, in the spring before the eruption of the moment, very crystal clear, like the human eye. With the continuous rolling of the geothermal surface and the rumbling sound, the water column more than 20 meters high rose from the cave mouth and went straight to the clouds, like a volcanic eruption a hundred years ago, bursting out with a breathtaking roar, a boiling water column erupted, and then the water column turned into steam and fell back in an instant, gradually calmed down. Haha, continuous shooting or video recording geyser intermittent spring from the level. The best way to stay still and boil. If you want to take a panoramic view, you can go up the hillside. There are many tourists gathered here, making a lively scene. After reading geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser geyser Geyser Traffic - "About 90 kilometers east from Blue Lagoon is the geyser geyser geyser. Scenic spots - "blue bubbles" are also very worthwhile to see. The so-called "blue bubbles" refers to the surface of the geothermal spring eye slowly bulging up a diameter of more than 10 centimeters of blue bubbles, in the springs before the eruption of the moment, very crystal clear. Restaurant - "geyser geyser geyser geyser parking lot with Restaurant meals, there is also a buffet dining area. Activities - "Nearby Gullfoss is about ten kilometers north of geysers, and is also the most attractive place in Iceland.
There is hot air in the nearby springs. It's probably hot, because the nearby springs will only be hot and not so cold. In the past, I just went to see something else after spraying. In fact, I prefer something else, because there are few people, that is, I can't spray. But after all, the geyser is famous!
The full name of Great Geyser Geyser is Great Geyser Geyser. On the way to Golden Falls, the scenic spot is not big, but the scene is very spectacular. Geyser, every three minutes, will burst out a big blue bubble, and then spray a big water column four or five feet high. The scene is very shocking, we must see it.
After a short 50-minute tour of Singhweidley National Park, Tourist Ba arrived at the second attraction, Geyser Geyser. In Iceland, tourists are usually drivers and guides. They not only drive, but also talk about the general situation of various scenic spots. They are very dedicated. Geyser, the English name of geyser, is derived from the Icelandic language geysir. The geyser to be visited today is called Stroker geyser, located in southwestern Iceland, about 80 kilometers east of Reykjavik. Geysers, known as "underground natural chafing dish", "tears of the earth , occur mostly in areas where volcanic activity is active. The world's most famous geysers are Rotorau geyser in Maori residential area of North Island, New Zealand (I visited it two years ago). Yellowstone Park in the United States is called "Geyser of Honest Spring". The stroker geyser has a circular pond with a maximum diameter of 20 meters filled with hot water. Every few minutes, the water starts to boil, making a sound similar to boiling water. The bubbles are gathering slowly and the sound is getting louder and louder. At last, in that instant, a water dragon bursts into the air and rises, smoke curls up into the clouds, then turns into jewels and sprinkles the earth.
Iceland's most famous landscape, Strokkur geyser, is a cry from the depths of the earth. Located at the intersection of the continental plates of Europe and North America, the gap between the continental plates creates the wonder of the world - "geysers (hot springs), deafening roar, water column up to tens of meters and its blue-and-white tone, not "shock". Field, I really can't understand its magic and the charm of vibrating the soul...
Although the earliest records of the Great Geyser date back to the 18th century, geologists estimate that the geyser has been active for 10,000 years. Since 2003, this geyser has erupted three times a day, and the eruption scene is very spectacular. The water column can reach 70 meters or even higher. In volcanic active areas, the lava makes the formation water vapor, and the water vapor rises along the cracks. When the temperature drops below the vaporization point, it condenses into high temperature water, erupts once every interval, forming geysers. Iceland's Great Geysers erupt at intervals of 10-20 minutes and can reach a height of 20 meters.
There are many geysers, that is, underground hot springs will automatically erupt to form natural fountains. The whole area is steaming hot, and the larger Stoke Spring erupts regularly. Every five to eight minutes, it emits a high water column. Tourists can only watch it from a distance, not too close, because the water temperature is close to 100 degrees, and they will be burned carelessly.
Iceland's geyser is one of the world's most famous geysers. One of the most famous geysers is the Geyser geyser, which sprays about seven or eight minutes. The water temperature here is very high, the spring is basically boiling, so we must pay attention not to step on the line, nor reach out to touch, there are many warning signs around. We waited with a camera and soon saw the eruption. Other springs are beautiful, bubbling.
It's similar to New Zealand's geysers, but it feels good to climb to the top and see the small mountains, but the wind is terrifying.
I was shocked to see Geysir. The spring is really blue! And the burst time interval is different, the camera should always read well, each time the height is different. Looking at it for a long time, it seems that the longer the interval is, the higher the probability of water spraying will be greater.