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I was saving this for today, but I'll deposit the image here with links and let you explore instead. I'll write on Selenite another day. ;) I'm having a bit of trouble taking an image of mine anyway, but you can check THESE out. Mine's not as biggie. ;) But mine 'does hold it's own'... they're just tricky to get image on... The surface of mine, I want to capture as close up as I can because the texture is very similar (at least to me) of looking at a circuit board... You'll see if I can ever learn to get a decent picture. How does one take photos of something that is similar to icecubes???
Back soon. xo


~Talk about Superman and his Fortress of Solitude!
~There is a 'Queens Chamber' named in this cave I believe (I'll have to review)... but,
I say this is WonderWoman's Fortress of Selenite then!
~It's about time we got 'ours'. ;) wink-et-blink... as I roll off my chair in giggles!

http://www.mineraltown.com/Reports/giant_crystals/giant_selenite_crystals.php
http://www.minsocam.org/MSA/collectors_corner/arc/naicagyp.htm

Giant Selenite crystals in the Naica mine, Mexico... and yeah, that's a 'human' right there standing on that crystal.
*click to close up

And Remember....
A Pyramid...

Has 5 'faces' and the 'bottom' or 'foundation' is always the EARTH.

~And from there, we grow again~

~we play to know again...
nous jouons pour savoir encore

~Via the Nature and then...
μέσω της φύσης και έπειτα

...jugamos y seamos amigo….again.

echo...

~we are friend.
we.meme

10 comments:

Bespoke Jewellery said...

Nice blog!
It's content meaningful and very informatics.
Doing a very well job.
Keep it up.
Polished Gemstones

Perfectly Twisted said...

Good Morning Bespoke Jewellery and welcome! Thanks for checking me out and thanks for your linkie direct to the Emeralds and Sapphires page! My fave stone - so hang-eth around my neck. Emerald. :) And your website is AWESOME - thank you for sharing it. I'll be there to visit more. Heya all - I would encourage the visit! They offer wonderful cut gemstones... ahhh the sparkles and bling!
Hugs!

Perfectly Twisted said...

I hope you don't mind I share you my new friend...
I'm adding Karunagems to my fave linkies list. xo

Melissa said...

Wow! That's impressive!

KimberlyRies said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Your work is beautiful and I love all the examples you show on your blog. Your kitty in the bead box reminds me of my cat Tucker. He is always interested in my beads.
Keep up the great work!

jonwen45 said...

I don't care how many times I come to visit your blogs , I always see something new and exciting.
Tonight I had come back to review the tut. on the hair spirals (Beautiful and unusual) and I was scrolling back up to the top and on the left what did I see? My beautiful great-grandson that was born 6weeks early. He actually was due today 1/8/09. That was so sweet of you to use Baby Noah's picture. Thank you!

Perfectly Twisted said...

Oh Jonwen! I only added your blog to my faves list... the image is being 'grabbed' from your post I think. I assumed you meant for it and I'm glad, especially now to know you're okay with this! I would never had done so without asking you first. My warmest thanks, however, for allowing us all the site of your precious beauty! :) Hugs you my friend.

Herman Falcon said...

Hi Susan,
Read with great interest your very informative blog. i too have a bunch of interests and enjoy exploring all of them. I particularly love your take on life, you seem to know who you are and delight in being you. That is wonderful.
Your Friend
Herman Falcon

Lisa said...

Hi there! Thanks so much for stopping by www.abeadaday.blogspot.com! It gave me an opportunity to peruse your blog. I think it's going to take me days to look through and take it all in, I LOVE it! I also wanted to mention I love the statement in your profile and think it would be very cool incorporated into some jewelry. Have you ever worked in plexiglass? An editor at F&W media has written a book about it and has some fun pieces in her etsy shop that incorporate words. I can see a piece of jewelry now that reads: eccentrically unusual and perplexingly complex but in a delightfully simple way! :).... Check out Tonia Davenport at http://www.toniadavenport.typepad.com/ if you get a chance. Take care! Lisa C.

Perfectly Twisted said...

Oh thanks Lisa! I will give her site a look. I appreciate the fun play on words too. ;) Have a great day!