The Blue Lagoon
Iceland's greatest tourist attraction (for wets) is surrounded
by lava on several sides, also a natural area, plus a
geothermal power plant that makes electricity from geysers.  
Here is the natural area, with lava on all sides, and the
geothermal plant in the background.  Geothermal power
plants give off a great deal of steam.
This photo combines all elements, including bathers,
lava, and geothermal steam.
Here is a wider version of how many different uses live
with one another at the Blue Lagoon.
You probably noticed that the Blue Lagoon looked green
The cure is taking pictures nearby where the water comes
out as a perfect blue.  Being a "dry", I never got wet and
had time to practice my photography hobby, video + stills.
If you have a high speed internet connection,
watch the Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's complete,
free video of this trip, "Land of Lava, Waterfalls
and Glaciers", by clicking on