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This looks magical. And, yeah, it felt REALLY weird using the word "magical" to describe a rock.

Copper Crystals by fluor_doublet, via Flickr

As a chemist, this is the most pure specimen of gold I have even set my eyes on. I spent a year measuring the purity of gold for the treasury, and I must say that I have never seen a specimen of such beauty and purity.

Chalcanthite / Mineral Friends ♥

I would love to eventually fill up a type case such as this with specimens of a lot of pretty mineral and gemstone specimens. (If anyone knows of good places to obtain either of these, please let me know!) :)

Me & Daddy always looked at ice cycles if he or I saw an odd one we stopped & looked at it He give me an education no school could.

Thunder egg is a nodule-like rock, similar to a filled geode, that is formed within volcanic ash layers

Crystals & Minerals...I'm sure the ppl at work would love these hahahahaha