The title says it all. Save this short drive off the main road for late afternoon, then watch the colors as the sun sets to the west behind the geyser. Which goes off every few days, but the eruption is not what you're there to see, it's the way the light plays on the rings around the geyser hole in the fading evening light. Stunning.
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