EarthShaped
17 August 2014 @ 11:58 AM
It’s been a crazy couple of months between work, school, and buying a house -  but I managed to get out to Park Hills, Missouri a few times to hunt druzy quartz with a lot of luck.
Hopefully as things continue to calm down I can spend more time on rocks!

It’s been a crazy couple of months between work, school, and buying a house -  but I managed to get out to Park Hills, Missouri a few times to hunt druzy quartz with a lot of luck.

Hopefully as things continue to calm down I can spend more time on rocks!

2 weeks ago
24 April 2014 @ 7:04 PM
underthescopemin:

Aurichalcite

underthescopemin:

Aurichalcite

4 months ago via underthescopemin (originally underthescopemin)
18 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

Yowah Nut Opals

Yowah, Queensland Australia

(Source: opalauctions.com)

4 months ago
17 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

Chalcopyrite

Kisbanya, Baia Mare, Romania

(Source: dakotamatrix.com)

4 months ago
16 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM
Fluorite

Weißeck-Gebiet, Murwinkel, Lungau, Salzburg, Austria

Fluorite

Weißeck-Gebiet, Murwinkel, Lungau, Salzburg, Austria

(Source: minfind.com)

4 months ago
15 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM
aragonite

Yesares, Camporrobles, Valencia, Valencia, Spain

aragonite

Yesares, Camporrobles, Valencia, Valencia, Spain

(Source: foro-minerales.com)

4 months ago
14 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

Lepidolite epimorph after Elbaite

Barra do Salinas, Coronel Murta, Minas Gerais, Brazil

(Source: dakotamatrix.com)

4 months ago
13 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

ifuckingloveminerals:

Thunderegg

Houselog Creek, Saguache Co., Colorado, USA

2” thunderegg I cut open today!

4 months ago via ifuckingloveminerals (originally ifuckingloveminerals)
12 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

flameovereffectminerals:

Chalcanthite

CuSO4·5H2O  -  07.CB.20 (Strunz)
(from Poland, grown lab)

Here we have a richly-colored blue water-soluble cooper sulfate named Chalcanthite. That was grown in a laboratory in Poland. Chalcanthite is a secondary copper mineral and crystals do occur naturally in regions where there is a very dry climate and where there are copper deposits. ‘Natural’ occurring Chalcanthite crystals usually form as very small crystals or as bluish crusts of Chalcanthite or as solid ‘stalactites’ of chalcanthite. Under laboratory conditions Chalcanthite forms as surreal ‘electric’ blue colored crystals that are well-formed and sharp and very lustrous. This specimen is a very colorful and aesthetic display specimen. Another amazing feature of this mineral is that it is poisonous when we eat or aspire.

4 months ago via flameovereffectminerals (originally flameovereffectminerals)
11 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM
Tinaksite

Tinaksite

(Source: umanitoba.ca)

4 months ago
10 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM
Azurite

Tsumeb mine, Namibia

Azurite

Tsumeb mine, Namibia

(Source: fabreminerals.com)

4 months ago
9 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

Cerussite with goethite

Tharsis Mines, Tharsis, Alosno, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain

(Source: rosellminerals.com)

4 months ago
8 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM
Duftite and mimetite

Namibia

Duftite and mimetite

Namibia

(Source: ebay.com)

4 months ago
7 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM

Realgar calcite

Hunan

(Source: wyp-790116.blog.163.com)

4 months ago
6 April 2014 @ 4:01 PM
bijoux-et-mineraux:

Fairburn Agate - South Dakota

bijoux-et-mineraux:

Fairburn Agate - South Dakota

4 months ago via bijoux-et-mineraux (originally bijoux-et-mineraux)