Rotorua Thermal

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steam rising from the ground in front of trees and water at sunset or sunrise time
A Steamy Winter's Morning in Rotorua
A Steamy Winter's Morning in Rotorua - The Pohaturoa Track affords fantastic views over the city of Rotorua. The Pohutu Geyser, in the Whakarewarewa Valley, is literally a stone's throw from where you stand. Look for Mount Ngongotaha to the left and Mokoia Island - in the lake of course. Enjoy —Karen
an oil painting of a landscape with mountains in the background
White Terraces, Rotomahana; Charles Blomfield; 1897; U/27 on NZ Museums
This oil painting shows the famed silica terraces ...
the water is running down the side of the hill with steam coming out from it
It's a beautiful world
Wairakei thermal terraces in Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand
a hot spring in the middle of a barren area with steam rising up from it
The Ominous Sounding Hell’s Gate is actually Rotorua’s most famous thermal attraction - NZ
an oil painting of a river with mountains in the background
Before the eruption of Mt Tarawera in 1886, the Pink and White Terraces at Rotomahana were a spectacular tourist attraction. The terraces had natural silica basins where you could bathe. When English novelist Anthony Trollope sampled one of the pools in the early 1870s he wrote, ‘The baths are … like vast open shells, the walls of which are concave, and the lips ornamented in a thousand forms … I have never heard of other bathing like this in the world.’
an image of a painting with mountains in the background and water on the ground below
Pink and White Terraces - Wikipedia
Pink and White Terraces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
a woman and child are in the water
Daily Photo on the blog - Hot Springs, Rotorua, New Zealand: #travel Polynesian Pools
an aerial view of a river with yellow paint flowing down it's sides and trees on the other side
Rotorua, New Zealand
an old black and white photo of people in canoes on a river near a mountain
The former Pink (Otukapuārangi) And White (Te Tarata) Terraces-Rotorua, NZ, now 60m under water. Destroyed by the eruption of Mt Tarawera on 10 June 1886.
a white hat sitting on top of a puddle of water
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Hot Mudpools! Whakarewarewa Geothermal Village, Rotorua, New Zealand. This could almost be a little mud house.
a geyser spewing out steam into the air at night with blue sky in background
Four Feathers Geysers, Rotorua, NZ.
the sun is setting over a body of water with steam pouring out of it's back
Pohutu Geyser, Rotorua, New Zealand Photo
Pohutu Geyser, Rotorua, New Zealand
two people are standing in front of a geyser
Whakarewarewa geothermal valley, Rotorua, New Zealand
the water is green and blue in this area with rocks, trees, and bushes
Waiotapu - Rotorua’s Feast Of Thermal Colour
Devil's Bath at Waiotapu, Rotorua, NZ. Amazing colours.