These strange, cream-colored rock towers located near Mono Lake are called tufas. They formed when underwater springs rich in calcium mixed with the waters of the lake, which are rich in carbonates. The resulting reaction formed limestone. Over time the buildup of limestone formed towers, and when the water level of the lake dropped the towers became exposed.
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Marcin is a landscape photographer from Poland living in Northern California. When he's not chasing light with his camera, he works as a software engineer. While typically exploring areas near his current home in California, photography has taken him to many stunning locations, from the coastline of Australia to the rugged volcanic landscape of Iceland.