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Mono Lake, A Minimalist View

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Mono Lake is one of earth's most unique lakes. Resting within the Mono Basin, Mono Lake is home to millions of migratory birds, which feed on the lakes abundant brine shrimp and alkali flies. Mono Lake is 13 x 9 miles wide, making it the equivalent of the city of San Francisco. Tufa towers grow beneath the lake's surface wherever calcium rich spring water mixes with the carbonates of Mono Lake.

This photo is a minimalist perspective of Mono Lake.
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Russ Taylor
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Mono Lake is one of earth's most unique lakes. Resting within the Mono Basin, Mono Lake is home to millions of migratory birds, which feed on the lakes abundant brine shrimp and alkali flies. Mono Lake is 13 x 9 miles wide, making it the equivalent of the city of San Francisco. Tufa towers grow beneath the lake's surface wherever calcium rich spring water mixes with the carbonates of Mono Lake. <br />
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This photo is a minimalist perspective of Mono Lake.