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Phenakite (drill-bit twinned), Mogok Valley, Burma, Thumbnail, 1.7 x 1.3 x 1.2 cm, This is a rare twinned crystal of gem phenakite from a small find in Burma some years ago., For sale from The Arkenstone, www.iRocks.com. For more details on this piece and others, visit http://www.irocks.com/minerals/specimen/45135

Phenakite (drill-bit twinned), Mogok Valley, Burma, Thumbnail, 1.7 x 1.3 x 1.2 cm, This is a rare twinned crystal of gem phenakite from a small find in Burma some years ago., For sale from The Arkenstone, www.iRocks.com. For more details on this piece and others, visit http://www.irocks.com/minerals/specimen/45135

Strengita

Una puesta de sol en una ola de California. es un corte de Aloe Vera en primer plano. es Strengita roja, pero podría pasar por, perfectamente, las es...

Ilmenite, Fe2+TiO3, Albite (Var: Oligoclase), Actinolite, Montijos quarry, Monte Redondo, Leiria, Leiria District, Portugal. Ilmenite crystal width 3mm. Copyright © Photo & Collection of Martins da Pedra

Ilmenite, Fe2+TiO3, Albite (Var: Oligoclase), Actinolite, Montijos quarry, Monte Redondo, Leiria, Leiria District, Portugal. Ilmenite crystal width 3mm. Copyright © Photo & Collection of Martins da Pedra

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Los trucos fotográficos de Christian Rewitzer / Navidades 2011

Tsavorite from Merelani Hills, Arusha, Tanzania.

Las piedras son energía concentrada; ellas actúan a través de sus vibraciones y sus colores. Cada piedra tiene una vibración específica, la cual a su vez p

Moschellandsbergite- a rare isometric mineral made up of a silver-white amalgam of Mercury and Silver with the chemical makeup Ag2Hg3.  It was first described in 1938 and named after Moschellandsberg Mountain near Obermoschel, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.[2][4] It is considered a low-temperature hydrothermal mineral which occurs with metacinnabar, cinnabar, mercurian silver, tetrahedrite–tennantite, pyrite, sphalerite and chalcopyrite.[1]

Moschellandsbergite- a rare isometric mineral made up of a silver-white amalgam of Mercury and Silver with the chemical makeup Ag2Hg3. It was first described in 1938 and named after Moschellandsberg Mountain near Obermoschel, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.[2][4] It is considered a low-temperature hydrothermal mineral which occurs with metacinnabar, cinnabar, mercurian silver, tetrahedrite–tennantite, pyrite, sphalerite and chalcopyrite.[1]

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