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Tufa at Mono Lake beach
California

Mono Lake is a shallow saline desert lake in the Sierra Nevada in Mono County, California. It is known for its tufa rock formations. The panorama shows the desert area around Mono Lake, with mountains surrounding the basin.

Copyright: Armin Hornung
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Tags: tufa; beach; sand; mono; lake; salt; mountains
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