Posts Tagged ‘tufa’

Farewell to Mono Lake

Besides the 60 seconds of decent light, Mono Lake was more of a study of shadows and light. Part of the beauty of digital cameras is the ability to switch the LCD output to black and white (B/W) so that you can evaluate your concept for a photograph beyond the visualization in your head. Of […]

A Morning at Mono Lake

Consider this part II of the Mono Lake extravaganza.  After spending the night in the car in the parking lot, it was time to be up for sunrise all bright-eyed and bushy tail. While I hardly slept at all, it was pretty easy to be wide awake with a quick opening of the door to […]

A Night at Mono Lake

So after rejoicing in the fact that I survived the trip to Bonsai Rock, we headed off to Mono Lake where we were going to spend the night and wait for sunrise.  Mono Lake is situated in the high Sierras on the eastern side of California. Mono Lake Basin is situated at an elevation of […]