I had to watch it twice, once with the full screen. I keep thinking I wish the cat were bugging me right about now, so she could play with the screen.
What I used for a title reminds me, where did I put my old lava lamp? The cat knocked it over several months ago, while she was going through her kitten breakage period. I put it somewhere.
“...Rotorua is one of the world‘s most spectacular Geothermal Wonderlands. Geothermal activity, from the Greek geo meaning earth and therme meaning heat, seethes from cracks in the streets, steams from backyard hot pools, bursts from geysers throughout the area, and bubbles from cauldron-like mud pools. The phenomenal creativity of nature can be seen in all its glory right here in Rotorua. Multi-hued lichens, moss and salt structures blend harmoniously with lush native greens, crystal blue lakes and earth tones ranging from rust to ochre. Splendid examples of silicate and mineral formations rise from and mould into a landscape sculpted by the region’s turbulent volcanic activity for thousands of years, and the resulting terraces, valleys and lakes are beyond beauty, they are nature’s own art form. Rotorua and its surrounding areas are charged with a primordial ambiance that challenges the auditory, visual and olfactory senses. There are five main Geothermal Areas in which a variety of geysers, hot springs, boiling mud pools and hissing craters can be experienced up close….”