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Thursday Daily Feed, March 16, 2017

March 17, 2017
The Rockhound Connection
 
and numerous quotes and images from my Facebook friends.
These are the images and quotes that appeal to my sensibilities or the lack thereof.
Thanks,

Enjoy!  R

 
 
 
My Hero!

BK Photography

Carolina Wren
Thryothorus ludovicianus
 
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Iceland Naturally with Bogumił Marcin Salwerowicz.

Find out how to maximize your chances of seeing the northern lights in Iceland with pro tips and tools from our friends at Icelandair http://tandl.me/2mpUOW2
 
 
 
Rose Coquimbite – Riotinto mine, Spain |#Geology
*Photo : © mineralists
 
 

https://styleblueprint.com/birmingham/everyday/bluff-park-hoovers-150-year-old-mountain-town/

Deadliest Rocks on the Planet.  R

https://niume.com/post/31011

Nice Kitty?!
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The Rainforest Site

Lynx mommy and baby

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Rainbow Fluorite from Germany
**just sharing, not mine, not for sale
**small one time find
** feel free to share **
Ah! Winter in the North Carolina Mountains = No traffic noise, No Mosquitoes, No Power, Cold Showers —maybe — bring your own water up from the spring or creek, Cutting down trees-splitting your own wood for heat and cooking on the hearth, snuggling intentionally with your companion — babie, it’s cold outside. With all this fun = well deserved sleep! R

North Carolina Mountain Towns of Cashiers, Cherokee, Dillsboro, and Sylva

Spring is taking a break today as we woke up to a beautiful overnight snowfall.
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In Situ‘s photo.
 
 
 
Lapis lazuli (/ˈlæpɪs ˈlæzjuːli/, /-ˈlæzjuːlaɪ/), or lapis for short, is a deep blue, semi-precious stone prized since antiquity for its intense color. As early as the 7th millennium BC, lapis lazuli was mined in the Sar-i Sang mines,[1] in Shortugai, and in other mines in the Badakhshan province in northeast Afghanistan.[2] Lapis was highly valued by the Indus Valley Civilisation (3300–1900 BC). Lapis beads have been found at neolithic burials in Mehrgarh, the Caucasus, and even as far from Afghanistan as Mauritania.[3] It was used in the funeral mask of Tutankhamun (1341–1323 BC).[4]” Wikipedia
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Mark Anthony Chapman

Lapis Lazuli from Afghanistan
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