This is a geyser in Iceland that explodes every 10 minutes or so. More than one geyser exists on this site, as well as some hot pools bubbling out of the ground. The beauty of this photo is that I managed to take it before digital cameras were good enough (efficient and cost effective) to buy. I made two attempts at capturing this photo. When I got home and had the film developed (yes people, film is still enjoyable cause of the anticipation of what you've actually captured), I realized that I had snapped the geyser just a microsecond before it goes off. To have captured not only the concave bubble but also the very tip of the water just starting to explode makes this a more magical and breathtaking photo than I was expecting. This geyser explodes to about 75 feet. If your interested in looking at the full explosion, please check out the photos from Iceland under the countries portion of the photos.
I have explored 76 countries, no hand holding, no tour guides just a drive to see, smell, taste, experience, and enjoy the earth. I have been on Reality Television and spend much of my time giving back to the community. From a unique perspective of sports, adventure and travel.