2018 Diversity Gallery #1

January and  February 2018 exploration on ‘The Carver’ led to discovery of a small, approximately 4 +/- acre, area which has produced a remarkably diverse and interesting batch of new stones.  The 2018 Diversity Galleries display all of the stones found and cut so far.  Many more new and interesting stones are being found and cut each week!

By diversity, I refer to the wide range of agate types and colors, with white, yellow, green and pastels dominating. I am seeing yellow, red, blue, green, pink, and white; also browns and many combinations of these colors together.  Yellow is the most dominant color.  I also see a diversity of agate types:

Visit the other Diversity Galleries to see more examples:

Have a comment or a question about a particular rock? Click on the Gallery Picture and a slideshow will open up. The Rock # will display in the lower left corner below the picture.

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