Camera: Nikon D80
Aperture: f/ 4.0
Exposure time: 1/30 sec
ISO speed: 100
Lens: Sigma 10-20mm @10mm
Last weekend I went to the geothermal area at Ölkelduháls, Iceland. It was a very cold, -9°C, and windy and the steam from the hot springs froze where it touched the ground.
Ölkelduháls is situated on Hellisheiði. It is a geothermal area and there are countless hot springs and mud pots (solfarata).
Ölkelduháls is one of my favourite places around Reykjavík, only 30-60 minute drive depending on which road is selected.
Last year environmentalists prevented this area from being used under a geothermal power plant.
This photo is taken on the exact same place in June:
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