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Rocky Barney's Photo Gallery

6DG-9V2Quartz (Var: Amethyst)

Monroe Canyon, Sevier Co., Utah, USA

Photograph size 11 cm by 10 cm by 11 cm. Longest crystal is 5.7 cm. Collected by self on 4/29/11. Specimen has been acid treated to expose crystals. All amethysts that I have collected in the Monroe area are where agate viens "bulge" to form vugs where they are formed. Most all are in solid calcite and need acid treatment to expose the amethysts.
Photo ID: 383631     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 470   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1282 x 885 pixels (1.1 Mpix)

Looking south from the Glenwood Agate Beds

Glenwood, Sevier Co., Utah, USA

All of the agate seams in the area are found along contact zones where the Arapien Shale of the Jurassic meets the Monroe Mt. Volcanic flows.
Copyright: © R. Barney 2008      Photo ID: 148156     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 727   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2592 x 1944 pixels (5.0 Mpix)

W1J-PYJSerpentine Subgroup

Currant District, White Pine Co., Nevada, USA

Cut serpentine, collected in the mid 1990's by self. Measures 5" by 4" by 1" thick.
Copyright: © 2008 R. Barney      Photo ID: 144151     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 595   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2592 x 1944 pixels (5.0 Mpix)

EE4-233Quartz (Var: Chalcedony)

Sevier Canyon, Sevier Co., Utah, USA

Turtleback Eye agate Nodule that has been cut in half. Nodule measures 71/2" by 4" by 5" deep. This material is all but gone. Collected by self in 1992.
Copyright: © 2008 R. Barney      Photo ID: 144112     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 1111   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2168 x 1388 pixels (3.0 Mpix)

2UX-WCHOpal

Glenwood, Sevier Co., Utah, USA

Rough Opal, freshly dug, collected just NE of Glenwood Utah. This common opal is adjacent to the Plume agate seams in the area. It occurs in colors ranging from clear and colorless to a bright green and blue. Specimen measures 4" long and is 1" thick.
Copyright: © R. Barney      Photo ID: 143911     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 725   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1531 x 1071 pixels (1.6 Mpix)

1LN-Q7UFeldspar Group

Rock Corral, Mineral Mts, Beaver Co., Utah, USA

A plate of Feldspar measuring 4" by 5" by 3/4" thick from the Rock Corral collecting area near Milford, Ut. Most collectors come to search for the Smokey Quartz and Garnet, this one was just too nice to leave. Notice the two tiny Smokey Quartz embedded in the Feldspar. Collected spring of 2004.
Copyright: © 2008 R. Barney      Photo ID: 143856     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 1001   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1818 x 1543 pixels (2.8 Mpix)

TD6-JDLCalcite

Ferron Sandstone Member Mancos Shale, Emery, Emery Co., Utah, USA

This calcite specimen is on the inside of a fossil ammonite. Many of the Ammonoids are filled with calcite and other crystals. Collected by self in spring of 1993. Specimen measures 6" by 5" by 5".
Copyright: © 1R. Barney      Photo ID: 143710     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 521   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2592 x 1944 pixels (5.0 Mpix)

DGY-CMUPsilomelane

Kelley mine, Nacimiento Mountains District, Sandoval Co., New Mexico, USA

Collected just below the mine in 2002 by self after a day at the Deming NM Rock show. Specimen is 4" long 2" wide and 1 1/2" tall.
Copyright: © R. Barney      Photo ID: 143021     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 715   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1807 x 1185 pixels (2.1 Mpix)

48Y-2VLBertrandite, Fluorite, Quartz (Var: Chalcedony)

Multiple photos available
Spor Mountain deposit, Spor Mountain, Thomas Range, Juab Co., Utah, USA

One of the Bertrandite "Tiffany Stone" nodules that is mined at the Brush Beryllium Mine in Juab Co., Utah. The mine is directly west of the Topaz Mt. This photo is a close up of a rock that measures 14" by 8" by 8" and weighs 30 lbs. 2 ounces. Although it does have Bertrandite in it, it is also composed of Fluorite, Opal, and Chalcedony. In recent years the prices on this material has risen dramatically. This stone was purchased by myself in 1994. It has been cut and wet to show true color.
Copyright: © R. Barney      Photo ID: 142718     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 1334   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 992 x 921 pixels (0.9 Mpix)

YG3-6T0Quartz (Var: Chalcedony), Petrified Wood

Notem Bench, Wayne Co., Utah, USA

Collected on the Notom Bench in central utah in the late 80's. Full of banded or "fortification" agate, the best Notom Bench wood, (like this) is extremely hard to come by. Round measures 6" by 5" by 1 1/2" and was cut with a 24" diamond saw. Round has been wet in photo to show true color.
Copyright: © R. Barney      Photo ID: 139309     Uploaded by: Rocky Barney   View Count: 950   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1665 x 1442 pixels (2.4 Mpix)
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