Photographer risked his life to shoot in Africa ” gold” hot springs.

British “Daily Mail” recently published a set of golden spa photos, looks like a science fiction movie in distant galaxies landscape, so that you could not help but think of the alien’s home. However, they are in fact a wide dry valley Ethiopia natural sulfur spring scene.

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British “Daily Mail” recently published a set of golden spa photos, looks like a science fiction movie in distant galaxies landscape, so that you could not help but think of the alien’s home. However, they are in fact a wide dry valley Ethiopia natural sulfur spring scene.

Some have called wide dry valley is the world’s most brutal place, it is located in the Afar region of Africa Danakil depressions (Danakil Depression: 116 meters below sea level), and is a kilometer underground buried in a thick layer of salt volcano.

When water contact magma under the earth surface rising under local, it led to a steam eruption, on the ground it behaves as fumaroles, sulfur and other deposits colorful springs and exotic landscapes on saline soil.

New Zealand photographer Bradley Ambrose at a high temperature of 53 ℃, risking their lives photographed this stunning exotic landscape. Bradley said: “Come to the wide dry valley like another planet.”

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