A beautiful photo! The reflection makes it even more so!Patrick Tillett, Extremely Overdue
Going Back in Time...now there's something to reflect about.
Hi Kathryn. This is really awesome ad perfect reflections!Enjoy your weekend.
Wow - this is magical!
We'll miss you today! I'm sure you'll find full reports on a number of our blogs.
thank you Pat!!! I value your comments!!! You're an excellent photographer!!!Oh you philosophical dog you, Cafe!!Thank you Regina!!! And thanks so much for stopping by and commenting!Thank you LadyFi! Mono Lake is a fascinating and yes, magical place!!!Thank you Pio! I will most certainly enjoy following up on the SGV blogger gathering!!! I miss you all!!!
Love that blue-sky reflection and the interesting rock formation... Bises,G
Ahhh...Tufa, Genie, Tufa!!! "a variety of Limestone formed by the precipitation of cabonate minerals from ambient temperature water bodies"...Wickepediavery odd stuff...quite porous and other worldly!!! Very Star Trekkian!!!
Very beautiful reflection of the rocks, excellent. Greetings.
I love the shades of white, blue, and grey; beautiful shot!
Thank you Leovi and Dimple! Glad you stopped by to visit and comment
You photo inspired me to research that rock formation, which I no know is called a 'Tufa', you know, when you're in New York, you get tufa the price of one (ohh, that's bad).Great shot, I really like natural formations and these reflections are great!
Hi, Chieftess, nice reflection landscape. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I like hearing from new folks.
Thanks Woody! Glad you stopped by to visit and comment...and so glad you were inspired to learn about tufa!!! It's interesting stuff!!! Jack...so glad you stopped by! I always enjoy your comments on so many of the other blogs that I follow!!! Loved your self portrait in the mirror!!!
Wow, this is quite a place... The arrangement of those rocks let big place to imagination for interpreting their shapes... I can already see profil, there... Let's find other ones ! ;)
oh, this is a place I wanted to see for a long, long time. I saw an article about it in Nat Geographic once many years ago, But tehn I forgot the name and could not search for it. Lovely to see it. Thanks. :)
Thank you 'Tsuki! Glad you stopped by to visit and comment! Glad you stopped by to visit too NatureFootstep!!!And very glad that I triggered your memory about this very unusual place!!! It really is a unique place to visit!!!Mono Lake, CA...off the 395 highway in the Eastern Sierras...north of Mammoth and June Lake!!! Hope you get here to visit someday!!!