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    Re: Snakes and Stones

    Quote Originally Posted by Snagrio View Post
    Yeah, pumpkins. At the county fair I used to go to growing up there was always a section showcasing similar monstrous ones. They also can come in many colors too which is why the ones pictured look pale.

    Some of those are the color of mold! I've seen huge pumpkins (I know many places have "contests") but I've never seen those before- how interesting.
    I think I prefer the orange ones, I guess that makes me a traditionalist? But the grayish-greenish ones do look spookier, if you're doing a "haunted house".
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    Re: Snakes and Stones

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    Petoskey Stone - A challenge to tumble/polish due to the low hardness, but, an interesting subject.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petoskey_stone

    My cats were not impressed.



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    More granite-y stones from my backyard.
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    GHI Lesser -- I produced three of these so far this year, the one pictured above is 'high expression', and of the other two: one is 'mid expression' and the other 'low expression'.

    As for the banded obsidian: Alternate view under regular lighting (shown below).
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    Re: Snakes and Stones

    That obsidian is super cool, this is one of my favorite pictures. The snake is a good choice because it has "flowy" patterns as if they're stretched, which goes with the rock well.

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    That obsidian is super cool, this is one of my favorite pictures. The snake is a good choice because it has "flowy" patterns as if they're stretched, which goes with the rock well.
    Thanks! I know a bunch of people have mentioned that they like this snake photo with the obsidian. I thought it was kinda blurry myself.
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    Another stone from the banks of the CT River.
    Snake shown is a Pos. Het Axanthic.
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