In general terms, Geysers are associated with volcanic areas, the heat needed for a geyser formation comes from the magma located close to the surface of the earth; that high temperature makes porous, fractures, and cavities in the surface, creating a plumbing system perfect to have a reservoir that holds the water while it is being heated to form a geyser.
These photographs have two main sources, and they are a just sample of the entire collection. Some of them were first taken in 2014 in Southern Bolivia, a place named Sol de Mañana (Morning sun), has one of the most unreal scenery ever, this area is characterized by intense volcanic activity and the sulphur springs field is full of mud lakes and steam pools with boiling mud, it is part of the geothermal system of the Laguna Colorada Caldera.
The other photographs were taken in 2017 at Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone contains the majority of the world's known geysers, and it is unbelievable ethereal.
The type of geysers in this series, erupt from cones or mounds of geyserite, they usually are in steady jets and its movement last anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes.