Mono Lake is located in the Owens Valley in California; West of Death Valley and East of Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada mountains. It is one of the oldest lakes in the western hemisphere.The most distinctive feature is its eerie tufa towers. These are mineral structures created when fresh-water springs bubble up through the alkaline waters of the lake.
Navigation: Click on the thumbnails on this page to see a large view of the image with more detail. Prints may be ordered from the large view by clicking on "VISIT SHOP".
Favorites: You can create lists of favorite images that can be saved, sorted or edited. Click on the "heart" icon at the top of the image to add it to your "Favorites" Share a link to the large view by clicking on the "share" icon at the top of the image.
Prints: The images shown in this gallery are available as fine art prints. The copyright markings on the images shown in these galleries will not be present on the printed images. Click on the "buy" button in the gallery view or the "Visit Shop" button in the large view to choose print options and place your order online.
Categories & Keywords
Keywords:CA, California, Mono Lake, Owens Valley, Sierra Nevada, USA, West, alkaline, fine art, images, lake, landscapes, mountains, photography, prints, tufa, tufa towers