/ Amazing crystals
I recently discovered rainbow Bismuth crystals.
Purchased myself a few for my collection at home.
Truly amazing to look at .
The geometry is spectacular and for some reason reminds me of Mayan/Inca/Aztec design.
Just thought I'd share this discovery.
I hope you find it as interesting as myself.
Wow! Not seen these before. That's just weird!
Crazy! Thanks! (why would someine dislike your post? Weird)
> Crazy! Thanks! (why would someine dislike your post? Weird)
I have an admirer it seems .
And who could blame them ?
Thats cool, thanks for sharing. As for the dislikes, some people need to get a life.
Makes me wonder if there's caves of the stuff in the Incan/Aztec region... Wiki suggest its a possibility, but couldn't find anything about where natural occurrences have been found
Thanks for sharing I'm going to buy one for my mantelpiece!
what clock can they run at?
> Makes me wonder if there's caves of the stuff in the Incan/Aztec region... Wiki suggest its a possibility, but couldn't find anything about where natural occurrences have been found
I didn't think to look but yes,
"Bismuth is typically obtained as a by-product in refining lead, copper, tin, silver, and gold ores found in Bolivia, Peru, Japan, Mexico, and Canada"
> what clock can they run at?
Looks a bit like funky coloured lego.
> Looks a bit like funky coloured lego.
Slightly Escheresque is a good description .
Wow. Not sure what I was expecting but it definitely wasn’t that! Really cool. Thanks for sharing.
... Be Bish you a Berry Bismuth, and a Bappy Blue Bear ...
(sorry, just had to get that out there)
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