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Registered member, joined prior to 15th Oct 2005

Steve Sorrell has uploaded:
661 Mineral Photos
31 Locality Photos
62 Other Photos
 
Been collecting minerals for over 30 years and have acquired a few nice ones in that time. Much of my collection is in the form of micro-minerals. Often get a sore back looking through my microscope!

Check out my websites here BounceSite.com/CrocoArt.

When I have time, I paint. I enjoy painting minerals in watercolour particularly on a black background, a definite challenge.

Messaging Statistics

Total messages posted:1,558
New threads started:320
First message posted:21st Jan 2006
Latest message posted:7th Jul 2018

My Latest Discussions and Replies

1w253 imagesPseudomorphsPosted by Rolf Luetcke. 472 replies in General.10wK2Posted by Steve Hardinger. 243 replies in General.Sep 2019Mineral Photography – Creating a photo with a graduated backgroundPosted by Steve Sorrell. 2 replies in Mineral Photography.Sep 201962 imagesPhotos of people who have minerals named for themPosted by Van King. 133 replies in Improving Mindat.org.Aug 201946 imagesBest Of California MineralsPosted by Jay Buscio. 203 replies in General.Aug 2019315 imagesThe Nature ThreadPosted by David Bernstein. 1023 replies.Jul 2019551 imagesGail's NEW favourite of the day, PART 2Posted by Jolyon Ralph. 1911 replies in General.Jun 2019New Art Materials!Posted by Steve Sorrell in General.Apr 2019Movable bubbles in crystalsPosted by Barry Miller. 40 replies in General.Apr 2019Crystallography: The Trigonal SystemPosted by Donald B Peck. 2 replies to an article.Feb 2019Broken Hill PyromorphitePosted by Steve Sorrell. One reply in General.Jan 2019Photo approvalPosted by Larry Maltby. 8 replies in General.Jan 2019Fluorite, MoroccoPosted by Steve Sorrell. 2 replies in General.Dec 2018Chinese RealgarPosted by Steve Sorrell. 8 replies in General.Dec 2018Cassiterite, Mt Xuebaoding, ChinaPosted by Steve Sorrell in General.Dec 2018Rhodonite, Broken HillPosted by Steve Sorrell in General.Dec 2018Navajun PyritePosted by Steve Sorrell. 6 replies in General.Dec 2018Azurite on Malachite, Watercolor, 2017Posted by Leah Luten. 11 replies in General.Nov 2018Kola! 2017Posted by Jolyon Ralph. 8 replies to an article.Sep 2018218 imagesOnly from Canada, eh?Posted by Maggie Wilson. 873 replies in General.

 
 
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