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David Bernstein's Photo Gallery

Quartz Vein

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490288     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 327   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4000 x 3000 pixels (12.0 Mpix)

Quartz Locality

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490287     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 229   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4000 x 3000 pixels (12.0 Mpix)

Quartz Locality

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits.

The rope pictured, one of several was greatly appreciated. Manuevering on this slope without would be dicey. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490286     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 232   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4000 x 3000 pixels (12.0 Mpix)

Quartz Locality

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490285     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 211   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4000 x 3000 pixels (12.0 Mpix)

Quartz Locality- Early Fall Color

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490283     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 178   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 800 x 600 pixels (0.5 Mpix)

Quartz Locality- Looking Down

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490281     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 200   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 800 x 600 pixels (0.5 Mpix)

Quartz Locality

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490280     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 157   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 800 x 600 pixels (0.5 Mpix)

Quartz Locality

Carbon Co., Pennsylvania, USA

An undisclosed Quartz locality. Seen is a very deep open pit that was mined long ago for coal. In the back of the pit, a large area of Sandstone contains pockets of crystalized Quartz in a variety of habits. Oct. of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 490279     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 163   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 800 x 600 pixels (0.5 Mpix)

Pseudomorphs- Goethite/Limonite After Pyrite

York Co., Pennsylvania, USA

Representative material found at this undisclosed clay pit in York, Pa. The pseudomorphs pictured are far larger then those from the well known localities in Lancaster County. Those who know me know I don't photograph minerals but I felt these specimens were significant for the state. Not pictured although collected were pseudomorphs still in matrix and those where the process was incomplete so that large pyrite crystal faces were still evident. September of 2012.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 488219     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 515   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 725 x 445 pixels (0.3 Mpix)

Clay Pit

York Co., Pennsylvania, USA

A field trip brought our club, PESA to this clay pit, known for large pseudomorphs of Limonite/Goethite after Pyrite. Private property-visited with permission. September of 2012.

Not exactly sure what caused the patterns to form on the shale.
Copyright: © 2012 David S. Bernstein      Photo ID: 488216     Uploaded by: David Bernstein   View Count: 257   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 800 x 600 pixels (0.5 Mpix)
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