This chrysanthemum rock from Hunan, China is an unusually perfect specimen. This close-up shows the 1 1/2 pound stone pattern that is flower-like and provides the name. It is made of celestite and calcium deposits on black limestone.
Times #design graphic design I really like the balance within this Times graphic design. The R and the A are put together, the E is split up in two, the S and O flows together... yet in a way that the overall picture doesn't seem disorganized
This creepy abandoned veterinary school would make a perfect horror movie set. I'm always so intrigued by places that looks like the last person just walked out and no one ever returned. Nothing packed up, everything left as it was.
this time we can observe growth structure (trigons) on a very deep green chrome crystal of Tourmaline. 350 ct and about 44 x 40 mm specimen. They are very diamond like termination. to be remembered that Tourmaline has a trigonal symmetry. cosmic technology ?? amazing what nature does..so perfect! Addictive right?