Tufa formations are limestone remnants from the bottom of the long-dried Lahontan Sea, an ancient ocean that once covered most of the Great Basin. Tufa is common in and around desert lakes and the formations are links to Nevada's ancient origins.
We took a ride just outside our small town of Lovelock, Nevada just down the road from where we live and my husband took pictures as the sun was setting. We have beautiful sunsets with the painted desert. Sometimes it is a pale pink and blue but this picture has oranges in it. One of the many advantages of living under clear skies and fresh air of a rural lands in America.
Kit of Chaos Louge- Spring Grarden Mar 2010
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