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Chalcopyrite from Chihuahua, Mexico

Chalcopyrite from Chihuahua, Mexico

Blister Copper

(Source: crystalclassics.co.uk)

rhamphotheca:

Mammoth Hot Springs is a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. It was created over thousands of years as hot water from the spring cooled and deposited calcium carbonate. Algae living in the warm pools have tinted the travertine shades of brown, orange, red, and green.
(Photo/text: Mila Zinkova)

rhamphotheca:

Mammoth Hot Springs is a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. It was created over thousands of years as hot water from the spring cooled and deposited calcium carbonate. Algae living in the warm pools have tinted the travertine shades of brown, orange, red, and green.

(Photo/text: Mila Zinkova)

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gandalfthewhite:

Spotted lake, Canada Located about a mile to the North of the border of Washington and  British Columbia (Canada) lake, known in the language of the local  people as Klikuk, steaming under the hot sun, is divided into many small  water reservoirs, painted in the most incredible shades of white, green  and yellow. This is explained by one of the highest concentrations of  minerals in the water. This is something worth to see. Trails between  the lakes are actually composed of salts of titanium, calcium, sulfur  and other useful minerals.

gandalfthewhite:

Spotted lake, Canada
Located about a mile to the North of the border of Washington and British Columbia (Canada) lake, known in the language of the local people as Klikuk, steaming under the hot sun, is divided into many small water reservoirs, painted in the most incredible shades of white, green and yellow. This is explained by one of the highest concentrations of minerals in the water. This is something worth to see. Trails between the lakes are actually composed of salts of titanium, calcium, sulfur and other useful minerals.

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

Chalcopyrite from Chihuahua, Mexico

Chalcopyrite from Chihuahua, Mexico

Blister Copper

(Source: crystalclassics.co.uk)

rhamphotheca:

Mammoth Hot Springs is a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. It was created over thousands of years as hot water from the spring cooled and deposited calcium carbonate. Algae living in the warm pools have tinted the travertine shades of brown, orange, red, and green.
(Photo/text: Mila Zinkova)

rhamphotheca:

Mammoth Hot Springs is a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. It was created over thousands of years as hot water from the spring cooled and deposited calcium carbonate. Algae living in the warm pools have tinted the travertine shades of brown, orange, red, and green.

(Photo/text: Mila Zinkova)

(via geologyrocks)

Native Silver

Native Silver

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

gandalfthewhite:

Spotted lake, Canada Located about a mile to the North of the border of Washington and  British Columbia (Canada) lake, known in the language of the local  people as Klikuk, steaming under the hot sun, is divided into many small  water reservoirs, painted in the most incredible shades of white, green  and yellow. This is explained by one of the highest concentrations of  minerals in the water. This is something worth to see. Trails between  the lakes are actually composed of salts of titanium, calcium, sulfur  and other useful minerals.

gandalfthewhite:

Spotted lake, Canada
Located about a mile to the North of the border of Washington and British Columbia (Canada) lake, known in the language of the local people as Klikuk, steaming under the hot sun, is divided into many small water reservoirs, painted in the most incredible shades of white, green and yellow. This is explained by one of the highest concentrations of minerals in the water. This is something worth to see. Trails between the lakes are actually composed of salts of titanium, calcium, sulfur and other useful minerals.

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

(Source: gandalfthewhite)

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