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    Jelly Opal from Oregon: A transparent opal with a gelatinous appearance and a bluish sheen. Australia has a great wealth of opals still hidden in the more remote and forbidding parts of the continent. Unlike many other gemstones, opal does not occur in lengthy veins or in diamond-like concentrations. Small clusters of gem-quality material may be scattered over an area scores of miles in each direction; luck seems the principal reason they are found at all.

    Strange Brazilian Agate with Chlorite included Quartz


    Quartz Gem: Druzy Setting Cabochon (it looks like a nebula!!!)

    Last June after a stormy night, the residents of Regina in Canada woke up to a super rare cloud formation called the mammatus phenomenon.

    Powerful Wave


    Dunes of Maranhão.

    Road to thunder. Drove through lightning like this in the Siskiyous once. It was hitting 15' away. I was not ok!

    Wind Cathedral, Namibia - Seguici su


    Wow! A rainbow and lightening all in one! One of the most beautiful Mother Nature's pics I've ever seen!

    gorgeous basalt

    big black wave

    banshy: Another World by İlhan Eroglu

    Massive iceberg in Salvage

    Photo: Jesse Keefer

    Pancake Ice, Antarctica.

    Giant Ammonite Fossil

    Lenticular clouds over Mt Ranier, WA

    Wild Flowers near Mt. St. Helens, WA

    Pink Tourmaline.