The Link: Fly Geyser
A recurring theme of this blog is that the world is more awesome than you think, full of impossible-seeming things.
On a private plot of land in Nevada is a scene that looks like something from an acid trip or 1970s science fiction book cover. But it’s real.
Not quite natural, not quite man-made, it’s the result of the landowners drilling a well and accidentally hitting a huge geothermal water pocket. The area has been erupting with mineral-rich steam for nearly a century, forming those bizarre rainbow-hued shapes.