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Saturday, April 14, 2012

The Final Frontier...




South Tufa's, Mono Lake, California

"Space, the final frontier.  These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise.
Her five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life
and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before."
Star Trek opening monologue


Every time I go to Mono Lake...I expect to see a character from Star Trek
walking about...







19 comments:

  1. It does Steffe!!! I always think I'm in a Star Trek episode when I'm there!

    Thanks Birgitta!!!

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  2. Mono Lake is indeed one of the most strangely beautiful places I've ever seen. There's another spot near Ridgecrest with weird rock formations. We have a lot of these in California, don't we? I guess that's why they shoot the space movies here.

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  3. Yes, a bit like walking on the moon.

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  4. It lose have an alien look about it.....pretty though.

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  5. It lose have an alien look about it.....pretty though.

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  6. oh, this is a place I REALLY wanted to go to. To spend a day or two just shooting everything you see. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  7. I agree Petrea! It's actually quite spectacular...

    Absolutely Hiker...walking on the moon with other Trekkers!!!

    Thanks Linda!

    Visitors to California should definitely put this on their agenda...it is quite unique!!! Thanks NatureFootstep!!!

    Thanks Mama Zen!

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  8. That is so amazing! What a fab photo Kathy!
    V

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  9. Thank you Virginia!!! High praise from a photographer extraordinaire!!!

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  10. It has a moonscape look about it alright.

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  11. it's the go to place for sea monkeys

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  12. that it does Wayne!!!

    PA...Sea Monkeys??? Do they like brine shrimp???

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  13. Love this!! the water looks so beautiful with the reflections :)

    ~Kazi xxx

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  14. they are brine shrimp. Big childhood disappointment

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  15. Thanks KaziGrrl!!! Glad you stopped by!!!

    I've heard of the term Sea Monkey's but didn't know that referred to brine shrimp...don't know what I did think it referred to!!! Thanks PA!

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  16. Like this ;-) it does look like an alien planet ;-)

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