Two big stones from an extremely rare location have now been uploaded onto the gallery – Balkhash Lake. Most people’s experience of Kazakhstan begins and ends with the famous Maiskoje, so I was quite surprised to run across this new one. These stones have been hanging around for a while because the polish on them was so bad that I wanted to redo it . . . only to find myself continually unable to find the time! So here they are, with a little touching up in Photoshop instead.
Posts from the ‘Eastern Europe and Russia’ Category
A spectacular new edition to the gallery in the form of a massive Rhodope Mountains specimen. These stones are usually incomplete due to the hard rock they are found in – this is an exceptionally intact one.
Click here to see the only other Bulgarian stone I possess: Orphei, which is in all probability not a thunderegg, but still a very interesting stone.