Karolina Jaśkiewicz
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Azurite and Malachite

Azurite and Malachite

opal

opal

Mica Group. Locality: Japan

Mica Group. Locality: Japan

“Pallasite meteorite Close-up of the cut surface of a pallasite, or stone-iron, meteorite, showing its structure. Pallasites originate from the boundary between a planets core and its mantle. They are composed of iron-nickel (grey) and olivine (yellow). They formed following the break-up of protoplanets in the early solar system, or from later catastrophic planetary impacts.”

“Pallasite meteorite Close-up of the cut surface of a pallasite, or stone-iron, meteorite, showing its structure. Pallasites originate from the boundary between a planets core and its mantle. They are composed of iron-nickel (grey) and olivine (yellow). They formed following the break-up of protoplanets in the early solar system, or from later catastrophic planetary impacts.”

Fluorite, CaF2    Locality: Italy

Fluorite, CaF2 Locality: Italy

'Flysch' rock formations in Zumaia, N Spain. Flysch is a sequence of sedimentary rock which form at convergent plate boundaries at the stage of continental collision, derived from the forming mountains and deposited along the axis of the new mountain chain

'Flysch' rock formations in Zumaia, N Spain. Flysch is a sequence of sedimentary rock which form at convergent plate boundaries at the stage of continental collision, derived from the forming mountains and deposited along the axis of the new mountain chain

turquoise fantasy crystal

turquoise fantasy crystal

st walter white

st walter white

Crystals

Crystals

RP: Mexican Crazy Lace Agate

RP: Mexican Crazy Lace Agate