Emily Hayes
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A real good time was had by all creating this collection of fantasy crystal photographs - fantasy crystals in many different colors and shapes. My personal favourites are the two crystal altar images and the crystal sacrifice :-)

Quartz Gem: Druzy Setting Cabochon

Quartz Gem: Druzy Setting Cabochon (it looks like a nebula!) Quartz was used in prehistoric Ireland as a material for tools!

Chalcopyrite..more color variations than a peacock....but just as intriguing.

What a beauty! The multi color metallic luster that Chalcopyrite has is so rich. It is a natural mineral, this stone comes from Mexico.

Opal... some stimulus and spiritual power from these beautiful rocks. Crystals can be nice fidgets for fingers. For trichsters #trichotillomania (hair pulling disorder)

marshmallowsandbubbles: “ what kind of wizardry is this? ” I thought it was real opal to begin with but the source says it is a polymer clay faux made to look like opal. I want some!

Beautiful purple and blue boulder opal and opalized wood

themagicfarawayttree: “Beautiful purple and blue boulder opal and opalized wood…cut by Bill Kasso”♫♫♥♫♥♥♫♥JML

Awesome rare earth mineral collection Note: Bismuth is manmade but still intriguing to look at.

Awesome rare earth mineral collection Note: Bismuth is manmade but still intriguing to look at. <- you are a moron, bismuth is a pure element that crystallizes naturally in that form.

Say Happy Valentines Day with Rose Quartz; It's quite effective in attracting new love, romance and intimacy, or in developing a closer bond with family or friends. Rose Quartz also inspires the love of beauty, in self and others, in nature, and especially that which stimulates the imagination - art, music and the written word.

This stone is sometimes called the "Pink Tutu" because of its rose quartz frill. The smoky quartz formed first, then the rose quartz. Geologists suspect the pink tint comes from traces of aluminum and phosphorus.

Crystals and gems are revered and collected for their physical beauty and monetary value and this Opal Butte crystal with contra luz color is no exception. The stunning gemstone, like many opals, features a varied spectrum of colors, but what separates it from the others is its spectacular visual effect. It looks like an underwater view of the ocean floor as light shines through it. There's a surreal quality about the gemstone that looks like a pocket-sized aquarium.

Opal Butte crystal with contra luz color with spectacular visual effect. It looks like an underwater view of the ocean floor as light shines through it. There's a surreal quality about the gemstone that looks like a pocket-sized aquarium.