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Julian Gray's Photo Gallery

2XT-XRPVariscite

Graves Mountain, Lincoln Co., Georgia, USA

Transparent variscite crystal approximately 2 mm wide. The variscite is in a cavitiy of a leached lazulite crystal. Matrix is quartz sericite with finely dissiminated rutile and pyrite. A 0.25 mm pyrite crystal (cube and pyritohedron habit)is visible in the right foreground.

Specimen collected by Ed and Martha Cunnignham. Photographed using a Canon T3i SLR mounted on a bellows and a 4 x microscope objective. The image is a composite of 31 stacked images taken with 50 micron separation between each stack. Final image processed using Combine ZP.
Copyright: © Julian C. Gray      Photo ID: 482650     Uploaded by: Julian Gray   View Count: 242   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 886 x 634 pixels (0.6 Mpix)

CKR-9GGVariscite

Graves Mountain, Lincoln Co., Georgia, USA

Transparent variscite crystals approximately 2.5 mm wide. The small red inclusions are rutile. The variscite is in a cavitiy of a leached lazulite crystal. Matrix is quartz sericite with finely dissiminated rutile and pyrite.

Specimen collected by Ed and Martha Cunnignham. Photographed using a Canon T3i SLR mounted on a bellows and a 4 x microscope objective. The image is a composite of 15 stacked images taken with 50 micron separation between each stack. Final image processed using Combine ZP.
Copyright: © Julian C. Gray      Photo ID: 482646     Uploaded by: Julian Gray   View Count: 434   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 954 x 634 pixels (0.6 Mpix)
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