Silica Pond, Iceland


I found this on national geography website.

First reaction : Disbelief
Second reaction : Question mark
Third reaction : Inquisitiveness
Last reaction : Awestruck

It is actually a hot-water spring and the water is charged with silica which makes the water look like glowing ice. It’s located in a charred landscape, with remains of volcanic eruptions that were history.

Silica Pond, Iceland

source :  Original Photograph @ National Geography taken by David Remacle.

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