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San Francisco Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

2018/11/19    , ,

It is not San Francisco, the metropolis famous for the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco Hot Springs in the state of New Mexico is suitable for a single-day hiking.

Gillard Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

The road to the hottest spring in Arizona is thoroughly destroyed by flash flood. Scalding water at 180 degrees F gushes in the remote area.

Turkey Creek Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Get deep into Gila National Forest. This is the truly remote, but rewarding hot spring!

Buckeye Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

This hot springs in California are really unique. Pools are both on the slope and the bottom of a canyon.

Travertine Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

At a hot spring where the spectacular travertine dome is worth the name, I could not help appreciating the nature.

Baker Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Acting on one’s value sometimes accompanies with loneliness. At a backwoods hot spring, think about what it is to live.

Las Cruces (Gaviota) Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

There are hot spring lovers, but no earthquake lovers. However, hot springs and earthquakes are related closely. It is imaginable that in case of a volcanic earthquake, the magma heats the groundwater. In case of an earthquake caused by a slip of fault, is there any relevance?

Meadow Hot Spring - Hot Springs in the U.S.

2018/4/19    , ,

A lava flow sometimes creates lava tubes. In case of low-viscosity magma, being exposed to the air, the external side becomes hard and the central portion flows outwardly. Inside the cavity made though the process, hot springs are gushing.

Crab Cooker Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Skiing and snowboarding in winter mountains and hot springs that heat up cold body seem to be made for each other. It can be seen in California.

Little Hot Creek Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

2018/3/26    ,

Where did life begin on the ancient earth? The ocean has been thought to be the origin, and scientists explained that hydrothermal vents in the deep water had the necessary energy and elements for life to begin. Nowadays, a new theory is advocated.

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