Strokkur erupts

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Strokkur erupts - Iceland
Haukadalur valley, Iceland (February 2010)

Strokkur (translates as churn) is a geyser which erupts regularly every 4 or 5 minutes. Not a good idea to stand down-wind of an eruption unless you don't mind getting covered in spray! The Haukadalur valley is one of the top three tourist attractions on the Golden Circle.

Kerið (the Bowl) Crater

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