MINERALOGASM
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MINERALOGASM
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libutron:

Vanadinite | ©Stan Celestian 
Pure Potential Mine, Arizona, US.
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libutron:

Ettringite | ©Stan Celestian 
Kalahari Manganese Fields, Namibia.
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bijoux-et-mineraux:

Pyromorphite on Malachite - Brown’s open pit, Northern Territory, Australia
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mineralia:

Barite from Nevada
by Dan Weinrich
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karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
karate-and-friendship:

Wood opal either is a form of petrified wood which has developed on opalescent sheen or, more rarely, where the wood has been completely replaced by opal.
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themineralogist:

Erythrite (by Ihagee86)
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mineralia:

Dioptase from Chile
by Dan Weinrich
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libutron:

Chrysocolla | ©Yaiba Sakaguchi
Macrophotography of two typical botryoidal crystals of Chrysocolla.
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fuckyeahmineralogy:

Elbaite; Himalaya Mine, San Diego Co., California
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rockon-ro:

AEGIRINE with Quartz  (Sodium-Iron Silicate) from Mount Malosa, Zomba District, Malawi. Perfectly formed aegirine crystal photographed with a microscope at 10X.