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Published on Feb 7, 2016
We joined the crowds around Strokkur Geyser, anxiously awaiting the next eruption. Boiling hot water sprays straight into the air from Strokkur every 4-8 minutes. The water usually blows to a height of 50-65 feet, but can shoot up to 130 feet high. Just prior to an eruption, the calm water slowly begins to swirl until it finally bubbles up and blasts into the sky, leaving a dense mist to settle back to the ground. Read about our travels at http://jetsettingfools.com