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    From a recently discovered locality in Eastern Germany, this unique petrified wood is replete with sparkling druzy quartz crystalline structures, contrasting with the warm, earthy brown mineral replacement of the original wood. This and more rare fossils for sale on

    Verdigris Agaric Mushrooms (Stropharia Aeruginosa)

    This is another photo from my second fungal foray, but one which I’d not included in the previous


    fungi. okay, so they probably aren't edible, but even if they were, it would be hard to give up looking at them to put them in my mouth.

    Leotia viscosa

    Chicken mushroom (Laetiporus sulphureus) ;)

    Cuprite…South West Mine, Bisbee, Cochise Co by Jeff Scovil

    Hairy Trumpet Mushroom (Panus fasciatus) ~ By Ken Beath

    Ethiopian opal.

    Yellow mushrooms with brown polka dots -Pholiota aurivella


    Tucson 2013 Show. Aquamarine with bi-colored Fluorite. Pakistan 20cm

    So cool! Once when I was flying over the southwest I saw something very similar for 20 minutes, I was glued to my window, it was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen.

    Beautiful pink Morganite crashing into a sea of green Tourmaline, Lepidolite and Cleavelandite - Afghanistan

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    Cracked Ice


    This is amazing!

    The physics behind raindrops. You’d probably think about the standard, idealized almost pear shaped tear drop. This however is no more accurate a depiction of rain as those drawings of hearts or atoms. In reality water flattens out due to the force of the air rushing past and this effect only becomes more noticeable as the size increases. In fact smaller droplets of rain are almost totally spherical but as the size increases the shape changes dramatically ...

    Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa, Iceland /

    Macocha Propast Abyss, Vyvery Punkvy Nature Reserve, Czech Republic

    Red Cage Fungus - Clathrus Ruber by Patricia Woods, via Flickr