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Linarite is a somewhat rare, crystalline mineral that is known among mineral collectors for its unusually intense, pure blue color. (It is easily confused with Azurite.)

Deep blue, blocky, linarite crystal blades in quartz vug and breccia matrix. Location: Grand Reef Mine in Graham County, Arizona, USA.

I realize this is blue gill fungus, but it also looks like hat trim inspiration to me! Ruched underbrim of shibori-streaked silk, anyone?

Translucent crystals of vivid-blue linarite crystals on matrix of small quartz crystals. Source: Grand Reef Mine, Aravaipa District, Graham County, Arizona.

Mineralogy: April 2010 Linarite from the Grand Reef Mine in Graham County, Arizona

Tiger Eye: brings in the energy from the sun to combine it with the earth’s to enhance psychic abilities; this grounding stone aids in organizing otherwise spacey thought patterns.

Epidote, 9.8 cm, from Knappenwand, Untersulzbachtal, Salzburg, Austria. Watzl Minerals specimen and photo.

Blue Azul Blau by Bryan de Leon, via Flickr repinned by

Labradorite: highly mystical stone with protective and conscious raising properties; accelerates magic, stimulates intuition, psychic gifts, and adventure; cleans psychic debris and activates the imagination; a stone of transformation and manifestation.

Petrified wood, an unusual and rare form from Hell's Canyon near the Idaho/Oregon border. Petrified wood is hard like a rock. It's very cool.