Some very nice new Eddy Bed thundereggs have been uploaded. Here’s some highlights!
Archive for August, 2015
An interesting specimen from a new hole opened up at Killer Green by Ed Pieters in 2014. This bright milky agate seems localised to this new hole so far. Although it certainly doesn’t merit a new name or anything, it is an interesting example of how beds can change and how small areas within beds can have their own distinct features.
An update presenting two out of three closely related locations in the Ashwood area, Oregon. Cougar Trap has been on the gallery for a while, but only a low-quality specimen. This has been replaced with three new ones, and they have been joined by Wilson Creek Road from the other side of the hill.
I am still missing Hole in the Wall – but maybe one day i will fix that!
I am very pleased to have had a small article on thundereggs published on a friend’s blog. It’s not very technical, more of an appreciation – so if you wonder just what these things are that I collect and want to see some hopefully approachable info about them, then click the image and have a read!
Look out for an interesting update soon from the Saxony kaolin mines – but in the meantime (!) here’s a few more named Lierbachtal thundereggs for you – just because they are so extraordinarily beautiful!
Publishing that Seebachsfelsen specimen from the Erfurt gravel pit, i realised somewhat to my shock that the Seebachsfelsen page itself had not been updated in what seems like forever. I have remedied that with six new images that will hopefully give a better impression of the location. Here are some of the highlights!
Click here to view the whole gallery.