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Wednesday Daily Feed, February 7, 2018

February 8, 2018
Greetings and Welcome to the Daily Rock and Mineral Feed.  This will consist of a daily (well – not always) compilation of around 10 decent photos of interest.
 
The Rockhound Connection
 
and numerous quotes and images from my Facebook friends.

These are the images that appeal to my sensibilities or the lack thereof.
Thanks,

 

Enjoy!
 
Randy
 

Admin:  Anyone who wants off or on this distribution list just let me know and either you will be removed or added. R

1.  Anyone you know?
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2.  I think this is a Fantastic Condor Agate. it is unusual too with that cool Amethyst band. Those Fractures are healed with red and look odd also going against the Grain .
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Richard Nass shared his post to the group: The Rockhound Connection.

3.  El sueco agate with amazing banding and killer parallax
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4.  Lake Superior Agate
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5.  Blue Salt. Blue color is probably caused by long exposure to low level radioactivity. R
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6.  Sold to a new home. Opalized ammonite. R
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8.  “Pele’s Hair,”
Pele’s hair is a form of lava. It is named after Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes. It can be defined as volcanic glass fibers or thin strands of volcanic glass.[1] The strands are formed through the stretching of molten basaltic glass from lava, usually from lava fountains, lava cascades, and vigorous lava flows.”  Wikipedia

9.  Native silver wire spiral
The shapes of native metals never cease to amaze me, and this lovely 1.4 x 1 x .9 cm Celtic knotwork reminds me of some of my favourite styles of historical jewellery, though wrought by nature rather than man.
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Image credit: Joe Budd/Rob Lavinsky/iRocks.com

10.  One of My Favorites. R
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Gouda news! January 20 is Cheese Lovers Day!
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