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A summer picnic


As we enjoyed our summer picnic, a friend joined us to bask in the sun.

Photography originals by D. Ngo, all rights reserved for Up Into The Clouds.

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Pyrite crystals

307 Pyrite crystals – 34g – or Iron Pyrite, is an iron sulphide. This mineral’s metallic lustre and pale brass-yellow hue give it a resemblance to gold, giving the well-known nickname of Fool’s Gold.

Geology

Circles

Look at all of the circles! The circular spout encircles circular rings that encircle circular water holes. Ever say the word, “circle” so much it looses it’s meaning? 13 more words

Bronzite

219 Bronzite – 30g & 28x25x18mm – is a member of the pyroxene group of minerals, along with Enstatite and Hypersthene. Rather than a distinct species, it is really an iron-rich variety of Enstatite, which owing to partial alteration has acquired a bronze-like sub-metallic lustre on the cleavage surfaces.

Geology

home: favourite thing [ table lamp ] 

home: favourite thing [ table lamp ]

Mixing industrial with marble (but also available in concrete or metallic which also tick the trend box) this… 33 more words

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Pyrite cube

237 Pyrite – 14g & 13x15x14mm – or Iron Pyrite, also known as Fool’s Gold, is an iron sulphide. This mineral’s metallic lustre and pale brass-yellow hue give it a superficial resemblance to Gold, hence the well-known nickname of Fool’s Gold.

Geology