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  • Utah, one of the most rugged terrains in the Southwest🏜 Tag a friend you would travel here with!📌
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  • Utah, one of the most rugged terrains in the Southwest🏜 Tag a friend you would travel here with!📌
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  • The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is approximately 24 miles in length and features a beautiful waterfall🌄 Tag a friend you would adventure with here! ————————————————————
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  • The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is approximately 24 miles in length and features a beautiful waterfall🌄 Tag a friend you would adventure with here! ————————————————————
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  • Iceland is full of these beautiful and mysterious craters.

A pseudocrater looks like a true volcanic crater, but is not. These distinctive landforms are created when flowing hot lava crosses over a wet surface, such as a swamp, a lake, or a pond causing an explosion of steam through the lava. The explosive gases break through the lava surface in a manner similar to a phreatic eruption, and flying debris builds up crater-like feature which can appear very similar to real volcanic craters. Pseudocraters are also known as rootless cones, since they are characterized by the absence of any magma conduit which connects below the surface of the earth.

A classic locality for pseudocraters is the Lake Myvatn area of northern Iceland that was formed 2,300 years ago by basaltic lava eruption. The lava flowed down the Laxárdalur Valley to the lowland plain of Aðaldalur where it entered the Arctic Ocean about 50 km away from Mývatn. There was a large lake in the area at the time, a precursor of the present-day Mývatn. When the glowing lava encountered the lake some of the water-logged lake sediment was trapped underneath it. The ensuing steam explosions tore the lava into small pieces which were thrown up into the air, together with some of the lake.

What would you like to see most in Iceland?

Follow @thehumanoriginproject 📸 @gabornagy_photography
  • Iceland is full of these beautiful and mysterious craters.

    A pseudocrater looks like a true volcanic crater, but is not. These distinctive landforms are created when flowing hot lava crosses over a wet surface, such as a swamp, a lake, or a pond causing an explosion of steam through the lava. The explosive gases break through the lava surface in a manner similar to a phreatic eruption, and flying debris builds up crater-like feature which can appear very similar to real volcanic craters. Pseudocraters are also known as rootless cones, since they are characterized by the absence of any magma conduit which connects below the surface of the earth.

    A classic locality for pseudocraters is the Lake Myvatn area of northern Iceland that was formed 2,300 years ago by basaltic lava eruption. The lava flowed down the Laxárdalur Valley to the lowland plain of Aðaldalur where it entered the Arctic Ocean about 50 km away from Mývatn. There was a large lake in the area at the time, a precursor of the present-day Mývatn. When the glowing lava encountered the lake some of the water-logged lake sediment was trapped underneath it. The ensuing steam explosions tore the lava into small pieces which were thrown up into the air, together with some of the lake.

    What would you like to see most in Iceland?

    Follow @thehumanoriginproject 📸 @gabornagy_photography
  • 370 5 12 hours ago

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  • Taking in the views ✨
  • Taking in the views ✨
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  • @thecwtvd, I’ll love you forever.
  • @thecwtvd, I’ll love you forever.
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  • Deep Valley 🏞️🌊
  • Deep Valley 🏞️🌊
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  • Beautiful MIlkyway, just inspiring don't you think?l! Double tap and tag a friend. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 🇦🇺 Featured Artist: @reubennutt 🌏 Location: Main Range National Park, Queensland ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🦸 Selected by: @amsartawi ⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕ 👉 Follow @australialongexposure for more awesome long exposure shots 👉 Check our friends @SurvivalFreaks ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Please follow @amsartawi & tag 🏷 #australialongexposure on your long exposure shots from downunder for more chances to be featured ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 👁️ Turn Post Notification on 💚 Follow, like and comment 💏 Like and tag your friends, sharing is caring ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Make sure to follow ✅ @reubennutt for more amazing content from down under
  • Beautiful MIlkyway, just inspiring don't you think?l! Double tap and tag a friend. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 🇦🇺 Featured Artist: @reubennutt 🌏 Location: Main Range National Park, Queensland ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🦸 Selected by: @amsartawi ⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕⁕ 👉 Follow @australialongexposure for more awesome long exposure shots 👉 Check our friends @SurvivalFreaks ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Please follow @amsartawi & tag 🏷 #australialongexposure on your long exposure shots from downunder for more chances to be featured ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 👁️ Turn Post Notification on 💚 Follow, like and comment 💏 Like and tag your friends, sharing is caring ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Make sure to follow ✅ @reubennutt for more amazing content from down under
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  • You will have to excuse the Iceland spam coming through sorry friends!

This waterfall is called Seljalandsfoss. It drops 60 meters and is part of the Seljalands River that has its origin in the volcano glacier Eyjafjallajökull.
You can even walk behind it into a small cave and have a fresh water shower!
  • You will have to excuse the Iceland spam coming through sorry friends!

    This waterfall is called Seljalandsfoss. It drops 60 meters and is part of the Seljalands River that has its origin in the volcano glacier Eyjafjallajökull.
    You can even walk behind it into a small cave and have a fresh water shower!
  • 47 9 12 hours ago
  • Iceland is full of these beautiful and mysterious craters.

A pseudocrater looks like a true volcanic crater, but is not. These distinctive landforms are created when flowing hot lava crosses over a wet surface, such as a swamp, a lake, or a pond causing an explosion of steam through the lava. The explosive gases break through the lava surface in a manner similar to a phreatic eruption, and flying debris builds up crater-like feature which can appear very similar to real volcanic craters. Pseudocraters are also known as rootless cones, since they are characterized by the absence of any magma conduit which connects below the surface of the earth.

A classic locality for pseudocraters is the Lake Myvatn area of northern Iceland that was formed 2,300 years ago by basaltic lava eruption. The lava flowed down the Laxárdalur Valley to the lowland plain of Aðaldalur where it entered the Arctic Ocean about 50 km away from Mývatn. There was a large lake in the area at the time, a precursor of the present-day Mývatn. When the glowing lava encountered the lake some of the water-logged lake sediment was trapped underneath it. The ensuing steam explosions tore the lava into small pieces which were thrown up into the air, together with some of the lake.

What would you like to see most in Iceland?

Follow @thehumanoriginproject 📸 @gabornagy_photography
  • Iceland is full of these beautiful and mysterious craters.

    A pseudocrater looks like a true volcanic crater, but is not. These distinctive landforms are created when flowing hot lava crosses over a wet surface, such as a swamp, a lake, or a pond causing an explosion of steam through the lava. The explosive gases break through the lava surface in a manner similar to a phreatic eruption, and flying debris builds up crater-like feature which can appear very similar to real volcanic craters. Pseudocraters are also known as rootless cones, since they are characterized by the absence of any magma conduit which connects below the surface of the earth.

    A classic locality for pseudocraters is the Lake Myvatn area of northern Iceland that was formed 2,300 years ago by basaltic lava eruption. The lava flowed down the Laxárdalur Valley to the lowland plain of Aðaldalur where it entered the Arctic Ocean about 50 km away from Mývatn. There was a large lake in the area at the time, a precursor of the present-day Mývatn. When the glowing lava encountered the lake some of the water-logged lake sediment was trapped underneath it. The ensuing steam explosions tore the lava into small pieces which were thrown up into the air, together with some of the lake.

    What would you like to see most in Iceland?

    Follow @thehumanoriginproject 📸 @gabornagy_photography
  • 370 5 12 hours ago

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  • Dedicated to my Uncle George. As we all know nothing last forever. Family and friends can one day be here then gone the next. The passing of my uncle just makes it more obvious to me that life with the people around you should always be celebrated and not taken to so serious.
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We as people should always remember that we are in a constant path finding our own way in this world. Making the right moves and making the wrongs ones. We all need to understand that we’re all in it together. Forgive, love and move forward.
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My Uncle certainly had this outlook on life. Singing on his guitar for his friends and always making a effort to bringing people together. Love and sharing the gift of life was his thing. Thou we didn’t chat to often to catch up he was always there so positive and proud of me. Unconditional love to the fullest. ❤️ you Uncle.
  • Dedicated to my Uncle George. As we all know nothing last forever. Family and friends can one day be here then gone the next. The passing of my uncle just makes it more obvious to me that life with the people around you should always be celebrated and not taken to so serious.
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    We as people should always remember that we are in a constant path finding our own way in this world. Making the right moves and making the wrongs ones. We all need to understand that we’re all in it together. Forgive, love and move forward.
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    My Uncle certainly had this outlook on life. Singing on his guitar for his friends and always making a effort to bringing people together. Love and sharing the gift of life was his thing. Thou we didn’t chat to often to catch up he was always there so positive and proud of me. Unconditional love to the fullest. ❤️ you Uncle.
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  • Eminönü / İstanbul / Turkey
  • Eminönü / İstanbul / Turkey
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  • This will be my last post for a bit. 
Now that’s it’s winter, I’m less flying.
Thanks in advance for those who stick around 💖
  • This will be my last post for a bit.
    Now that’s it’s winter, I’m less flying.
    Thanks in advance for those who stick around 💖
  • 146 54 14 hours ago
  • Foggy afternoons in Yosemite Valley 🌲
  • Foggy afternoons in Yosemite Valley 🌲
  • 4,751 107 15 hours ago