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Steffan Giadach Axt - Mineral Collector

Registered member since 11th Jun 2008

Steffan Giadach Axt has uploaded:
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Steffan has written 3 blog entries
Hello, im a Mineral Collector from Chile. My relationship with minerals is of long standing, I remember that I always struck by the multiplicity of forms and colors that can be found at ground level. At first he kept those stones he considered striking either a walk or on a Park or Hill in my city. Later, and thanks to some classes at the University actually knew that "my rock" were much more than that, thanks to the methodical reading and conversations with geographers and geologists went into the world of mineralogy and crystallography to better understand to those "stones" that are spending time on my shelves.

Along with other collectors in my country we gathered in http://www.aminch.blogspot.com Site to share our experiences related to collecting minerals in Chile. I invite you to know because they can see many pictures of our collections and related topics mineral collecting.

I believe that as the world of mineralogy is so broad and constant updating is vital to retain a provision to lifelong learning and integration within a global mineralogical community. If you collect mineral independently and is a beautiful way of life activity, establishing relationships with other persons involved to the same thing makes it even better.




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