This post is all full of mud as we’ll explore the valley of mud volcanoes in the Crimea.
The very volcanoes are located in hollows, about half a kilometer in diameter. In the center of a hollow there is a round lake filled with mud.
On the surface of the lakes such vegetation grows.
One can step on them not drowning in the mud.
Pay attention to the footsteps. Of course, one is going to be full of mud while getting to the very volcanoes.
Volcanoes can be divided according to their appearance. There are classic cone-shaped ones and also volcanoes in the shape of a puddle or a lake with a blowing bubble in the middle.
Oil extraction on the edge of a volcano.
Wonderful mud gurgling.
Such large mud pancakes are created by nature.
That’s how a mud pancake reacts to cold.
It gets covered with beautiful patterns.
Like window patterns in winter.
In spite of cold the volcanoes continue to throw out rivers of mud.
Which spread from the volcano forming fanciful designs.
Location: Kerch peninsula