First snowfall, Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland [3120x4208] [OC] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/3iJtH6E
Valley of Fire State Park, NV - “Fire Wave” [3072x4608] [OC] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/3c79ar3
Sunrise Landscape with Sun Rays off A Hiking Trail in Scottsdale, AZ [OC] [4844 x 3164] IG @swvisionsnow via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/3odJcF0
Chevron amethyst - rough and polished
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Moonrise and Northern Lights Over Svolvær, Norway. [OC][2500x1668] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/2YhjeWh
Grand Teton Glory. Wyoming. [1000x1500] OC. Ryan Kost. Instagram @rkostphotography via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/39c63w7
Waha, ID [OC] [4032x3024] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/39amlWu
Found this rather unknown ‘hidden’ glacier lagoon in Switzerland. Only caught 5 minutes of light before it turned grey and took this photo. (2000x1333)[OC] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/368exT6
“Cryptic” - Vancouver Island - [OC] [1280x1920] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/3sSKWa8
Shenandoah National Park [3024x4032][OC] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/2LQUvG1
Rare country here: Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda [1024x768][OS] (by Matteo Leoni) via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/3pe7ks5
Amber translucent rhombohedral calcite (CaCO3) crystal (30 mm x 30 mm x 30 mm). From Berry Materials Corp. Quarry/Paul Frank Quarry, North Vernon, Jennings Co., Indiana, USA.
Known to be a ‘stone of vision’, Unakite opens the third eye chakra connecting you to the spiritual world. Unakite brings balance, grounding oneself whilst bringing both the emotional and spiritual body into alignment
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So I able to get this photo at the very top of Angels Landing in Zion, just as the sun was starting to come up over the ridge. [OC] [3764x4705] via /r/EarthPorn https://ift.tt/3sPMt0x
Terlingua Calcite from the Little 38 Mine, Terlingua, Texas. Pictured under long wave, mid-wave, and short wave ultraviolet and white light.
caused by the first cells to photosynthesize, pumping oxygen into the air. Methane mixing with all this oxygen created carbon dioxide, carbon dioxide is less successful at retaining heat. Thus, as carbon dioxide took over, the earth’s temperature plummeted
caused by rocks. It was a time of great volcanic activity, leading to the mass production of rocks that ate up greenhouse gases from the air
caused by meteors. This is an ice age that is the least known about, but the atmosphere at this time was filled with dust. It’s thought to have come from a collision in space which led to debris filling up the air. The dust reflected the sun, leading to this short ice age
4. Late Paleozoic:
caused by moss / early plants. They pioneered the way for life on land and drastically changed its look. Moss weathered rocks and absorbed greenhouse gases in large quantities
caused by continental drift. Antarctica broke off from South America, cutting off its connection to all the warmth it could get. Up in the north, Eurasia and North America had surrounded the artic sea which also cut off warm water. On top of it all India was colliding with Asia to create the Himalayas, exposing more rock
I was given these stones and would like to figure out what they are. Can anyone help identify them for me?