One geothermal expert has cataloged his travels around the world through photography.
One geothermal expert has cataloged his numerous business-related travels through photography. The images capture a variety of geo-dominated landscapes in Kenya, Dominica, Hawai’i, and Ethiopia: these are some of the regions of the world where geothermal resources of Earth’s heat provide clean, natural electricity.
Sam Abraham shares some of those photographs here.
In Kalapana, on the Big Island of Hawai’i, Abraham got a close-up of the lava flow:
Hawai’i, famous for its rainbows, put on a display for Abraham not far from Kalapana. The huge rainbow frames the Puna Geothermal Power Plant:
Abraham grabbed a snapshot in Wotten Waven, Dominica, that shows geothermal steam rising through the foliage at a hot spring:
Another rainbow, this time across the world at Hell’s Gate National Park, Kenya, seems to point to a pot of gold underneath the geothermal rig:
In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Abraham liked the aesthetics of a sample “old but gold” equipment:
Abraham is Business Development Manager for Sub Saharan Africa at Baker Hughes.
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