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  • Dot Apr 23, 2009

    What a pretty shot! It almost looks like a rocket taking off into space.

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  • LisaNewton Apr 23, 2009

    I was there several years ago, and you captured it perfectly………………:)

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  • Debo Hobo Apr 25, 2009

    Now is the water hot? and Does it rain down on you?

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  • Mike May 1, 2009

    Dot – Thanks – this is one that I had to work at a bit in my digital darkroom program.

    Lisa – Thanks 😉

    Debo – Yes it is quite hot when it exits the fissure. There is quite a distance from the geyser to the viewing areas, so in most instances it doesn't rain down on the spectators. However, if there is enough wind I suppose that it could, but I'm certain that it would have cooled down to the point that, at most, it would be a warm "rain."

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