A scene in a dream are often unrealistic, and sometimes depressingly beautiful.
If it is a hot spring, it may be like this.
Ruins in the Desert
Warm Springs, a ghost town in the wilderness of Nevada has hot springs as is true to the name.
The color of the water is turquoise blue.
Although there seems to be no direct relation, a turquoise mine exists nearby and you can find jewelry goods with bearing the name, Warm Springs.
In the ruin of a spa facility, it looks mysterious and melancholy when you see a pool filled with beautiful water.
The source of the spring is in the mountain backward.
The water rolls down a ramp and is provided to the pool.
Throughout the process, the extremely hot water is subjected to cooling to 109 degrees F.
This is not snow, but the travertine of hot springs deposited in the side of the conduit.
The bottom of the pool becomes like a bed of the deposit, and you will not feel you keep yourself grounded.
The diffuse reflection at the bottom makes the color of hot springs water exotic.
The pool is most shallow around the locker room, and becomes as deep as someone’s height on the opposite side.
As far as you see from the water surface, you will not see anyone in the wilderness.
Conversely, no one recognizes your existence.
It is said that there are three ways of thinking in terms of philosophy.
- Even if no one recognize you, you exist, and people can prove it.Scientific realism
- Even if no one recognize you, you exist, but people have no way of proving it.Anti-realism
- If no one recognize you, you do not exist.Idealism
Soaking in the unrealistic pool like the mental scenery, you will realize it difficult to make a conclusion for such argument.
Warm Springs, Warm Springs, Nevada US
- Walk-in: Yes
- Lodging: No
Related Hot Springs
This place looks unrealistic too.
The hole is 40 minutes’ drive from Warm Springs.
Extremely hot (151 degrees F) water is gushing.