|Black Point fissures, Mono Lake, California|
...walked through fissures in the ground???
There were times when I had to turn sideways because my shoulders
were too broad to walk straight forward!!!
There are two main theories about how these fissures formed...
frozen ground after the glacial period cracking as it warmed...
I don't know how they formed...but I have to admit...
I was a little nervous while in there...
listening for any earth tremors!!!
It was too hot for glacial cracks!!!
B&W photo is good! Great composition!ReplyDelete
Impressing! I have seen (and walket between) a similar formation in Kent in England, thoug not that tall. Sandstone, on land risen from below sea level a long time ago. I like all of your pictures here. Regards :)ReplyDelete
Wow, what a walk! Love the framing of your b+w photo.ReplyDelete
I'm too much of a Californian not to have the same reaction.
Thanks Hans HB!!!ReplyDelete
Interesting Rune K! I'm sure there are fissures like this all over the world...but I would never have thought of England!!!
Thanks Jean!!! You know of what I speak!!!
Oh wow - what an adventure! Love these shots.ReplyDelete
Wonderful series! Have a nice day!ReplyDelete
Oh my... You are brave. I thought of tremors the minute I saw the photo. Guess that makes me a native Californian! Such lovely photos.ReplyDelete
You must be a native Californian Adele!!! My thoughts exactly!!!
wow that first shot is a dramatic beauty!ReplyDelete
Thank you Laura!ReplyDelete
Glad you all stopped by to share a very special place!
I guess I know what I'll be doing my next trip to BishopReplyDelete
Well...shoot me an email the next time you're up here PA!!!ReplyDelete
I´m not too found of things like that but I trust guides. If they say it is OK it is. :)ReplyDelete
That was pretty much what I thought NatureFootstep!!!ReplyDelete
Your photos show it well. Not sure I'd like to walk it, I like a little more open space.ReplyDelete
I know what you mean Karen!!!ReplyDelete
What an adventure! Your b/w photo is fabulous and A Adams would be proud!ReplyDelete
I would love to see this.