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    • Dromenvangeres

      Mindfulness - Edelstenen &..... *Mindfulness-Precious Stones &..... ~Versteend Hout uit Arizona *Petrified Wood~

    • Shay Brooks

      "So, uh, you see, the wood has not turned into rocks. The rocks have replaced the wood." Dodge said, "Where did you learn this fact? On the reservation? Yes, we all know there's so much amazing science on the reservation."

    • Katy Chappaz

      Petrified wood. Tree rings, growth, circularity, whole ness, comprehensiveness, non-linear representation of growth.

    • Cheryl Hunter

      Petrified wood -- tree rings replaced by Quartz and other minerals... I love these colors... <3<3

    • Cheryl Richards

      This is STONE once a tree and there used to be a forest of it in the desert #Petrified Wood

    • Lisa Owen

      Beautiful - Petrified wood, tree rings replaced by Quartz and other minerals.

    • persephone sunset moonstone

      A gorgeous piece of petrified wood found in Arizona. #festival of #stones

    • Ben Barrett

      Petrified wood - with tree rings replaced by Quartz and other minerals.

    • Emma Armstrong

      Tree rings? Texture.

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