Geodes form when mineral-rich water entering a cavity in a rock undergoes a sudden change in pressure or temperature, causing crystals to form from the solution and line the cavity's walls.
I really love this one Renata! Very well done!!
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Thank you dear GG! You are a sweetheart, I appreciate your visits very much! (((Sparkling HUGS)))
Thank you so much for your kind words dear Antony! :)))
Beautifully captured form and colors of this geode Renata! Do you collect minerals? LIKE & YS
Małgorzatka ~ You make me laugh every time you do that ooooooooo thing! Thank you dear friend!
Indri ~ Thank you very kindly for your visit and wonderful comment! I have been collecting rocks for about 30 years, I only have a few geodes, lot of fossils, just a lot of interesting rocks with wonderful colours and shapes. Have a great Sunday Indri!
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Thank you very kindly for your visit zw22wz!
I can't keep up with you Rεηάtα! I didn't think I'd been away that long, but you've uploaded two or more pages since I last visited. You're obviously still really enjoying your new camera! This beautiful close-up shows your camera to advantage again. You have a lovely sparkle in the middle, even though I noticed you used no flash. This Geode has some of my favourite colours in the surrounding Agate. Great photo! Best wishes - Jim
Thank you for stopping by dear Jim! You always have wonderfully encouraging and wise comments to share. I am very pleased you like my geode, the sun shining through my window illuminated it and I enhanced the sparkle a bit. :)))
Very beautiful picture, excellent shot.
Best wishes, Peter
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