Black volcanic rocks line the milky blue water, and a bridge is crossing one of the pools, allowing visitors to move around the lagoon.
Media: Digital.

The Blue Lagoon is geothermal spa in Iceland. Its name comes from the colour of the water, which is a milky blue. While ”lagoon” makes it seem as though this would be a naturally occurring, this one is man-made where the water is a byproduct from a nearby geothermal power plant.

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This image was of a series of paintings where my followers on Instagram and supporters on Patreon suggested places and landmarks for me to draw.