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Landscapes Photograph - Mono Lake Tufa by Norman Andrus

Mono Lake Tufa is a photograph by Norman Andrus which was uploaded on July 16th, 2010.

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Wow! This is wonderful!

Very nice capture of the tufa. The water color is just right. Thank you for your comments on my Convict Lake photo. I am sure you will like it when you go there.

Thank you Basant. I have looked at your images and am very impressed with your technique.

Exquisite photo of nature..so realisic image ..as if i'm on spot..

They do look like a bit like regular rocks, Carol, only they are: "calcareous and siliceous rock deposits" in lakes or streams. Mono Lake is a "dead lake" & supports no life other than tiny brine shrimp that exist on the crusted shorline. As the lake receeds these tufa get larger. Today, unlike this shot from l976, many of these formations are more than 30' or more above the water level. Thanks for your comments, Carol. Take a trip there sometime and visit Bodie, the ghost town that's about 11 miles NE of Mono.

Beautiful picture, Norman. I think these rocks are so interesting. Just like in Lake Tahoe.

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Mono Lake Tufa by Norman Andrus