Captured on Fuji Velvia 50 and scanned
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Mono Lake is a large lake in Central California. It is believed to have been formed some 760,000 years ago. Because there are no outlets, there is a high salt content in the water. The lake is known for its unusual rock formations (Tufas). Tufas are formed from a chemical reaction between calcium and carbonates in the water. They grew under the water, but are visible because the lake levels have dramatically decreased over the years. I captured the images below in 2011 and the interesting thing is that they were captured in the morning and evening of the same day.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
I recently ran across these images from a 2011 trip to Central California and thought I'd share them. As I prepared the images, there were some that I included from the surrounding area that are not actually from Bodie but captured on the same day. Thanks for looking.
Shot on film with a Pentax 67II and scanned