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Tourmaline Tuesday, June 5, 2018

June 5, 2018
Greetings and Welcome to the Daily Rock and Mineral Feed.  This will consist of a daily (well – not always) compilation of 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!

 
1.  When La Is Multicolor and reprenant almost all the colors of the rainbow…
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2.  steamboat Tourmaline
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This raspberry-and mint-colored tourmaline—nicknamed the “Steamboat”—is one of the world’s finest and most valuable mineral specimens.
3.  Schorl = Black Tourmaline.
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Albert Mcnair‎ . The Rockhound Connection.
Schorly you wanted to see some basic black tourmaline for tourmaline week. Black tourmaline (schorl) Hogg Mine, Lagrange, Georgia.
4. I’d like a whole box of those.
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A stunning Tourmaline from the Pederneira mine in Minas Gerais, Brazil. The photo is by German photographer Malte Sickinger.
5.  Mult-Colored Toumaline.
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6.  Green Tourmaline
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Sharing a 7.2 gr Tourmaline.
Minas Gerais Brazil.
7.  More schorl for Cheryl, Black Tourmaline.
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A beauty of a Schorl xl from Minas Gerais Brazil.
Self collected circa 1982.
8.  Torumaline Tour
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What a fine cluster of classic Brazilian watermelon tourmaline!
FROM Sapo Mine, Ferruginha, Conselheiro Pena, Doce Valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Credit: DI Anton Watzl
 
 
 
9. 
Tourmaline Week is going to be colorful.
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ΚΑΛΗ ΣΥΝΕΧΕΙΑ
Good follow
10.  We are in for some Big Fun on Tourmaline Week
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Tourmaline from Pederneira Mine, Minas Gerais, Brazil Collection : Dexter G Morrison Photo: Ben Decamp
11.  Does this come in strawberry flavor?
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Amazing pink topped ,orange tourmaline ! Gorgeous!
Amazing geologist
12.  WHO broke my rock!!!?
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Tight fold Cretaceous-Tertiary shales of the Eastern North Slope, Alaska.
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