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Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene of a formation known as "Icebox Tufa" was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake causing the formation of tufa columns. This scene was captured on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun.

Mono Lake in the eastern Sierra Nevada Range of California is a large, shallow saline soda lake formed at least 760,000 years ago. Because it has no outlet to the sea, high levels of salt have accumulated in the lake. These salts also contribute to the alkalinity of the lake. The lake level has dropped because water entering the lake is being being diverted into the Los Angeles aqueduct. Tufa towers, made of limestone, have appeared in the lake as the water has receded. This scene was photographed on a fall day as the sagebrush and grasses took on the glow of the setting sun. Mono Lake is in the Inyo National Forest near Lee Vining, California, USA.

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