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Images Dated 31st May 2013

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Cassiterite, Wheal Maudlin, Lostwithiel (formerly in Lanlivery Parish), Cornwall, England Featured 31 May 2013 Image

Cassiterite, Wheal Maudlin, Lostwithiel (formerly in Lanlivery Parish), Cornwall, England

A superb twinned crystal of cassiterite. In Cornwall, cassiterite is concentrated in hydrothermal veins and pegmatites associated with granite intrusions. Cassiterite is the primary ore of tin, the most significant metal mined in Cornwall. This specimen measures 20mm x 25mm x 30mm

© RIC, photographer A.G. Tindle

Black, Brown, Cornish, Crystals, Dark, English, Geology, Metal, Metallic, Mine, Mineral, Mining, Ore, Oxide, Rich, Sn, Sno2, Specimen, Tin, Twin, Twinning, Twins

Europe, Iceland, Breidamerkursandur. Iceberg on the beach Featured 31 May 2013 Image

Europe, Iceland, Breidamerkursandur. Iceberg on the beach

Europe, Iceland, Breidamerkursandur. Iceberg on the beach. Credit as: Cathy & Gordon Illg / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

© Cathy & Gordon Illg / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont.com

Beach, Blue, Breidamerkursandur, Europe, Ice, Iceberg, Iceland, Jaynes Gallery, Mist, Ocean, Water, Wave

Copper with Quartz, South Caradon Mine, St Cleer, Cornwall, England Featured 31 May 2013 Image

Copper with Quartz, South Caradon Mine, St Cleer, Cornwall, England

Copper with crystalline quartz. Most Cornish copper specimens are dull, but native copper (pure copper, uncombined with any other elements) from Caradon is invariably bright, as can be seen in this specimen. Copper lodes are widespread in Cornwall and, as a result, copper was one of the most significant metals mined in Cornwall

© RIC, photographer A.G. Tindle