Greetings from Oregon!
Camping on the Little Deschutes River,
going through two tons of obsidian and other beautiful stones.
There is nothing like getting close to nature and listening to the earth.
I promise to bring home the beauties.
The door is open
Also in Musings
HONDURAN BLACK OPAL
Honduran Black Opal is rare and unusual.
A unicorn of the gem world.
This seemingly simple grey/black stone
flashes a rainbow of color when the sun shines on its face
allowing you a window into its mysterious world...
GEM SILICAGem Silica is a blue green and most rare variety of chalcedony...
A highly silicated form of chrysocolla.
This particular piece
came from high in the Andes of Peru
and it's color and quality are amazing...