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Logan Babcock (2)'s Photo Gallery

PRP-JARCalaverite, Fluorite

Vindicator Mine, Cripple Creek Mining District, Teller Co., Colorado, USA

a great coating, this specimen is about 2.3cm by 2cm.
Photo ID: 327059     Uploaded by: Logan Babcock (2)   View Count: 519   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1280 x 856 pixels (1.1 Mpix)

0EM-W24Millerite, Quartz (Var: Chalcedony)

US highway 27 roadcut, Halls Gap, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, USA

really amazing hairs.

a rare sulphide, it forms brassy hairs compared to usual fuzzies of, like, mesolite.

its 1 inch by 1 inch with the pocket being 2cm and the hairs being from 1cm to smaller...
Photo ID: 327058     Uploaded by: Logan Babcock (2)   View Count: 212   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1920 x 1280 pixels (2.5 Mpix)

92L-7QWThorogummite, Mica Group

Sherrer Quarry, C.K. Williams Quarry complex, Chestnut Hill, Easton, Northampton Co., Pennsylvania, USA

a small specimen but nice! from Penn Ambler's collection.

about 1 inch by 1 cm by 1 cm

about 1000 cpm.
Photo ID: 327057     Uploaded by: Logan Babcock (2)   View Count: 530   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1920 x 1280 pixels (2.5 Mpix)

QFD-NEEZippeite, Quartz

Happy Jack Mine, White Canyon, White Canyon Mining District, San Juan Co., Utah, USA

collected by Patrick E. Haynes, a beautiful Zippeite from the Happy Jack!

this mineral has greater meaning than most considering that Pat got it at a Mine that i had been to before. still dont know how he found it.... let me explain: it was at the top of a very large mountain in the middle of nowhere. i mean literally, in the middle of nowhere. collecting at this mine is almost as good as the views you get when driving up to it!!! you can see for miles!!!! its basically the painted desert where you can go rock hounding for uranium!!
Photo ID: 326628     Uploaded by: Logan Babcock (2)   View Count: 426   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3456 x 2592 pixels (9.0 Mpix)
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