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After spending the last 6 days shooting nightscapes with Wayne Pinkston we managed to get to Mono Lake to shoot a few panoramas. We had to find a location far away from the south tufas because being a new moon and on a saturday night the main area was a zoo, kids running around with flashlights photographers stumbling around in every direction. It was kinda like drunk disneyland, Hehe.
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Praia Lopes Mendes - Ilha Grande
A long exposition, with a big stopper filter, can produce something little different at the Mono Lake, in California.
Happy Textural Tuesday!
The old barns and outbuildings with their gray boards really work well in a mono landscape on a cloudy winter day.
Just back from a trip on US 395 in California. Unfortunately after looking at some of the pictures I discovered that my Canon had something on the lens filter that ruined a lot of the fall color pictures I had up at Lake Sabrina.
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Mono Lake, Northern California. Processed with Lightroom, Photoshop and Topaz Filters.
A mono shot from my visit to Crummock water the other week with some great mist and frost
Spectacular gathering of lenticular clouds over Mono Basin at sunrise.
A clear night (at the moment) there around Mono Lake east of California's Sierra Nevada peaks.
Mono Lake is an ancient salt lake containing copious brine shrimp and alkali flies that serve as food for migratory birds. Water diversion from the lake has lowered water levels exposing interesting limestone tufa formations. Mono County, California - USA
Mono Lake Info: www.monolake.org/learn/aboutmonolake/naturalhistory/
Mono Lake, an endless story (April,4, 2011, 6:56 pm)
I could hear the silence.
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The Azure window in Dwejra, Gozo as it was before it collapsed in 2017
Mono Lake Rainstorm - Rain teems down form the heavens over the mountains alongside Mono Lake, Mammouth Lakes, CA, USA - Copyright 2015 Martyn Phillips, M4Photo.
As the storm closed in on Mono Lake and the sky turned dark and ominous, we sat in the car and fully expected to call this one off. However, the clouds slowed and gathered over the mountains to the left of the lake and we grabbed the camera gear and headed down to the lake side. Shortly after, we were presented with the most amazing display of nature’s force.
As the clouds ran the length of the mountains they let go their cargo and literally threw the rain down over the mountain side. With the wind howling over the top and down the mountains, the rain could be seen coming down like a large sheet being thrown across the mountains side.
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The erie and yet beautiful Tufa columns located in the dead lake of Mono Lake, California.