Our stay at Bishop was coming to a close and I had been patiently waiting for the weather to change so that there was more cloud action in the sky for a sunset shoot. Finally, a day before our departure the cloud patterns started looking promising so it was a mad dash to Mono Lake. It had been a couple of years since my last visit and the tufas can be over whelming from a composition standpoint. The sun was close to setting over the hills as I frantically searched for a composition I liked. This ended up pretty decent but dealing with sun flare was a significant challenge.
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