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credit: Joe Budd/Rob Lavinsky/iRocks.com

Chrysocolla stalactites

Credit: Joe Budd/Rob Lavinsky/iRocks.com

This stunning specimen is described as Chalcedony on Chrysocolla stalactites (pocket). With a blue-green chalcedony-crusted exterior, an unusual pocket that opens to reveal the highly textured interior, and assorted quartz-covered chrysocolla stalactites the color of icy glaciers, the mineral is truly a unique sight to behold.

Rainbow Fluorite

Credit: Orbital Joe on Flickr
 Stunning Rainbow Fluorite.



Blue Lace Agate

Credit: Unknown

Agate Amethyst Geode (Blue Lace Agate) From Brazil

Rainbow Obsidian

 

Incredible Rainbow obsidian from Davis Creek, Northern California.



 Amethyst "boot"

 
Credit: Russ Behnke

I like things that look like other things, so here is an 8 inch tall amethyst "boot" from Artigas, Uruguay.

Combination of Calcite, Quartz and Chalcopyrite

Photo Kevin Ward and The Mineral Gallery, Inc.
Calcite blades with Chalcopyrite, Pyrite, and Quartz sprays at top Boldut Mine, Cavnic, Maramures Co., Romania Collection.



Pink Labradorite

Credit: Nathan Almeyda
  Unbelievable Labradorite from Newfoundland Canada

Tri-color Calcite


Tricolor Calcite specimens from Durango, Mexico are very delicate when they come out of the ground. 




Opal Pineapples

Photo: Grant Pearson


Opal "Pineapples" - an opal pseudomorph formed by the replacement of glauberite by opal - found only in New South Wales, Australia.

Thunder-egg Agate

Credit: Bill The Eggman
Looks like a galaxy (maybe it is) in a Thunder egg agate. Head explosion, So awesome from New Mexico.

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