On a recent rest day we drove up to see Mono Lake with Dennis, Cassandra et al. This is a popular tourist and photographer destination because of the rare and surreal looking “tufa towers” (calcium-carbonate spires). We went shortly after a mini-storm so the towers were still covered in snow, which was beautiful but also concealed the interesting quality/consistency of the salt towers. Rather, it gave the impression that they were perhaps just trees or rocks. Nevertheless, quite a few of the photos, some of which I (Bonnie) took, turned out really well. Check them out below.
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