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A cobalt coloured stream flows down from Namafjall mountain through the Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area, traversing brightly coloured minerals and soil at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.A cobalt coloured stream flows down from Namafjall mountain through the Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area, traversing brightly coloured minerals and soil at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.
An active steam spring spits out sulphur and other poisonous gases in the form of fumes, which have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, as well as Namafjall mountain which can be seen in the background, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.An active steam spring spits out sulphur and other poisonous gases in the form of fumes, which have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, as well as Namafjall mountain which can be seen in the background, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.
Blue coloured minerals, left behind by volcanic mud puddles and fumes, contrast with the orange coloured sky in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.Blue coloured minerals, left behind by volcanic mud puddles and fumes, contrast with the orange coloured sky in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.
A boiling hot mud puddle spits out steam and poisonous fumes, which in turn have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, while the sunset colours a cloud orange, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.A boiling hot mud puddle spits out steam and poisonous fumes, which in turn have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, while the sunset colours a cloud orange, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.
A boiling hot mud puddle spits out steam and poisonous fumes, which in turn have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, as well as Namafjall mountain which can be seen in the background, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.A boiling hot mud puddle spits out steam and poisonous fumes, which in turn have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, as well as Namafjall mountain which can be seen in the background, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.
A series of boiling hot blue coloured mud puddles spit out steam, sulphur and other poisonous gases , which have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, as well as Namafjall mountain which can be seen in the background, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.A series of boiling hot blue coloured mud puddles spit out  steam, sulphur and other poisonous gases , which have coloured the soil around it blue and bright yellow, as well as Namafjall mountain which can be seen in the background, in Hverar??ndor Hverir Geothermal Area at Namaskard Pass, North Iceland.
Iceland, Myvatn, Namaskard, solfataraIceland, Myvatn, Namaskard, solfatara
Iceland, Myvatn, Namaskard, geothermal areaIceland, Myvatn, Namaskard, geothermal area
Boiling mud pools of Namaskard Geothermal Area, IcelandBoiling mud pools of Namaskard Geothermal Area, Iceland
Namaskard is a sulfur field right on the icelandic main roadNamaskard is a sulfur field right on the icelandic main road
Namaskard is a sulfur field right on the icelandic main roadNamaskard is a sulfur field right on the icelandic main road
Desolate geothermal landscape, Namaskard, Myvatn, IcelandDesolate geothermal landscape, Namaskard, Myvatn, Iceland
Steamy desolate geothermal landscape, Namaskard, Myvatn, IcelandSteamy desolate geothermal landscape, Namaskard, Myvatn, Iceland
Geothermal hot spring at Namaskard, close to Lake Myvatn in north IcelandGeothermal hot spring at Namaskard, close to Lake Myvatn in north Iceland
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Hand written sign asking visitors to respect nature at the Namaskaro hot sulfuric mud springs in IcelandHand written sign asking visitors to respect nature at the Namaskaro hot sulfuric mud springs in Iceland
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A tourist visits Namafjall, a high temperature geothermal area with fumaroles caused by a fissure eruptions.A tourist visits Namafjall, a high temperature geothermal area with fumaroles caused by a fissure eruptions.
Iceland - July 17, 2013: Tourists overlooking the geothermal area at Namafjall, North IcelandIceland - July 17, 2013: Tourists overlooking the geothermal area at Namafjall, North Iceland
Man walking on a path at the geothermal area at Namafjall, north IcelandMan walking on a path at the geothermal area at Namafjall, north Iceland

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