Description Mono Lake is a unique lake and ecosystem in the high desert of California just outside of Yosemite Park. Creeks flow into the lake, but there is no outlet. For years the fresh incoming water was diverted to Southern California and the lake level was dropping and the ecosystem changing. There was a movement of supporters to 'save Mono Lake' and in 1995, the water diversion was limited until the lake level returned to normal.The towers of rocks are calcium carbonate and form over hundreds of years.
Auralee Dallas, Carson City, NV Member Since May 2007 Artist Statement There is no other way to say it, but I'm passionate about photography. After 20 years of pursuing my love of photography and operating a portrait studio, I am finally semi-retired and again able to return to my love of fine art photography. My work encompasses black and white, infrared, color, alternative processes, and digital photographs.