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Kenny Gay (2)'s Photo Gallery


Moncure Quarry, Moncure, Lee Co., North Carolina, USA

White stack of Baryte crystals associated with radial clusters of Calcite crystals on meatvolcanic rock matrix. The calcite fluoresces orange in shortwave ultraviolet light. Baryte cluster is 10mm tall and 3mm wide, overall specimen is 28 x 7mm. Collected by Kenny Gay on August 29, 1992. Kenny Gay Collection and photo.
Copyright: © NKG      Photo ID: 419015     Uploaded by: Kenny Gay (2)   View Count: 441   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 757 x 568 pixels (0.4 Mpix)


Moncure Quarry, Moncure, Lee Co., North Carolina, USA

White, translucent to transparent, doubly terminated scalenohedral Calcite crystal, 31 x 16 mm, perfectly perched on matrix of smaller crystals on matrix, overall 47 x 32 mm. Specimen collected June 22, 1991, by Kenny Gay. Kenny Gay Collection and photo
Copyright: © NKG      Photo ID: 419004     Uploaded by: Kenny Gay (2)   View Count: 176   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1305 x 1684 pixels (2.2 Mpix)


N.A Gregory Property, Granville Co., North Carolina, USA

This specimen was collected many years ago, around 1900. It was part of an old collection I acquired in 1992 in Bethel, North Carolina.The matrix is massive white quartz. Specimen size: 112 x 72 mm. Photo with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi. Kenny Gay collection and photo
Copyright: © NKG      Photo ID: 418999     Uploaded by: Kenny Gay (2)   View Count: 335   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2686 x 1665 pixels (4.5 Mpix)
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