National Geographic : 1945 Nov
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome byLuther M.Chovan Iceland Grows Tomatoes and Cucumbers, Even Bananas and Hydrangeas, in Greenhouses Fed byHot Springs the Year Round Near Great Geysir, a gusher (left) says in all languages: "Hot water." A shed puffing steam (right) regulates thepiped flow (horizontal line, center). Directly beyond it lie a hothouse and, farther, the farmhouse. Tourists use the largest building. Some Icelandic farmers pipehot water through fields toforce vegetables.