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Soumya Bandyopadhyay / 28 items

N 23 B 2.1K C 121 E Jan 12, 2009 F Jan 18, 2007
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one of my best shots. sun is setting behind the pacific ocean and the ghostly tree enjoying the scene...!!
shot at 17 miles drive at monterey, ca.

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N 48 B 1.6K C 86 E Oct 26, 2007 F Oct 26, 2007
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another from my archives.

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N 20 B 2.0K C 46 E Aug 25, 2007 F Aug 24, 2007
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sunrise at mono lake, california

From Wikipedia:
Mono Lake is believed to have formed at least 760,000 years ago, dating back to the Long Valley eruption. Sediments located below the ash layer hint that Mono Lake could be a remnant of a larger and older lake that once covered a large part of Nevada and Utah, making it among the oldest lakes in North America.

Mono lake is a terminal lake in a watershed fed from melting runoff with no outlet. Dissolved salts in the runoff thus remain in the lake and raise the pH and the salt concentration.

Mono Lake is in a geologic active area at the north end of the Mono-Inyo Crater volcanic chain of the Long Valley Caldera. The geological activity is caused by faulting at the base of the Sierra Nevada, and is associated with the crustal stretching of the Basin and Range Province.

Volcanic activity continues in the Mono Lake vicinity: the most recent eruption occurred 250 years ago at Negit Island in Mono Lake. Panum Crater (on the south shore of the lake) is an excellent example of a combined rhyolite dome and cinder cone.

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N 12 B 7.4K C 56 E Aug 23, 2007 F Aug 23, 2007
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one from my archives. this is a great architecture; often gets over-shadowed by the empire state building. but on a regular day afternoon, this looks stunning from manhattan.

From Wikipedia:
The Chrysler Building is an Art Deco skyscraper in New York City, located on the east side of Manhattan at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue. Standing 1,046' 4.5" (319 meters) high, it was briefly the world's tallest building before it was overtaken by the Empire State Building in 1931. It still remains the worlds tallest brick building to this day. After the destruction of the World Trade Center, it is again the second tallest building in New York City. This classic example of Art Deco architecture is considered by many to be the finest building in New York City.

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N 17 B 2.1K C 47 E Jul 3, 2007 F Jul 2, 2007
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3xp hdr

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