Fly Ranch Geyser, in Nevada USA, is a small geothermal geyser that only started spouting mineral rich water as recently as 1964.
The surrounding limestone cliffs of Hamilton Pool provide shade and help keep the water cool during the hot Texas summers. Large stalactites still hang from the roof of the Grotto and add to the primeval atmosphere of this natural geological wonder.
For centuries the locals of Costesti in Romania were aware that some of the boulders in the region appeared to grow and might even be alive. Word spread and visitors started to arrive from far and wide.