Splashy colours

By: Louk Vreeswijk

Jun 22 2014

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Category: New Zealand, Oceania

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The overflow of the Frying Pan Lake (see last week’s post) forms a hot water creek that finds several small hot springs in its path. The water contains a variety of minerals like antimony, molybdenum, arsenic and tungsten. These minerals leave deposits, thus creating – together with the bright green algae – pictures of almost unnatural beauty. Indeed, they are not unlike the heavily polluted environments of certain industrial chemical plants.

DSC00218a(c) Waimangu Volcanic Valley - blogsize

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Photos of the week: Waimangu Volcanic Valley, New Zealand 2013

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