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Blowing off Steam

Blowing off Steam

Posted: 12/18/14

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Sulfurous vapors hiss forth from cobbled vents and waft ceaselessly across the denuded countryside of Hverir, a geothermal area associated with past fissure eruptions in Iceland's Krafla volcanic system. Where relatively lacking of people, and when looking certain directions, these lands offer a primordial time travel into the blistering furnaces of the Earth surface's formation.

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