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Stokkor Geyser, Iceland

By VolcanoCowboy
Another from my recent trip to Iceland. Sequence of three shots of the Stokkor geyser erupting. Contrary to popular belief, this is not the famous Geysir after which all geysers are named. Stokkor erupts every 5-6 mins. Geysir now only erupts once or twice a day thanks to people throwing rocks in to try and set it off.

1/200 s at f/9, ISO100

Shot using a graduated ND4 filter, cropped, rotated and converted to mono in Lightroom.

All comments and critiques

Tags: Mono Iceland Black and white Eruption Geyser Landscape and travel

Voters: User_Removed, rusmi, whiteswan01 and 5 more


Comments


10 Sep 2008 8:26PM
I like the story this progression of shots tells us.
And lovely b&w Smile
Clare

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whiteswan01 11 13 England
10 Sep 2008 8:43PM
great mono nice feel
Dawn
BERTRAM 11 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2008 10:16PM
A great set of three.
Dave
VolcanoCowboy 13 157 England
11 Sep 2008 12:41PM
Thanks for the comments.
fatherpie 11 18 12 England
20 Sep 2008 6:19AM
Three fabulous images, well presented and thought out. Like it
Dave
Goggz 12 2.3k 72 Wales
15 Oct 2008 12:14PM
It's a little unfortunate the geyser top is chopped off in the right hand shot, but the concept is good and the rest of the images are excellent.
Cheers, GOggz
VolcanoCowboy 13 157 England
15 Oct 2008 5:28PM
Thanks for the comments.

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