This is Strokkur, a geyser in Iceland. It’s different from, but located nearby, the original geyser (called “Geysir“), where the English word comes from. Geysir is no longer active, but Strokkur is.

What I found most interesting is, due to the geothermal heat in the ground of the area around the active geysers, there’s no snow – it all melts from the heat. But a little farther off from the openings, there can be very deep snow. It’s pretty cool to see! And even a little scary. 😮