Welcome to the new Eibonvale Thunderegg Blog.  By way of a test and a first post, here is a showcase gallery of one of my favourite Thunderegg locations – Fallen Tree.  This coincides with a substantial update of this location on the main Gallery with several very striking new stones – so enjoy!

Fallen Tree thundereggs come from the Mill Creek Wilderness area in Oregon and they are among the most subtly beautiful stones in the world, in my opinion.  It is true that they can become a bit generic but this little gallery hopefully demonstrates that there is more to this location than just the basic ‘type specimen’ and that they can sometimes be extraordinarily beautiful.  The colours here are very subtle – greens, greys and light browns, which means that the occasional appearance of other colours stands out spectacularly.  Rust-coloured stains are common, as is opal (sometimes blue), moss agate and zeolite.

Scenic Fallen Tree - Sea View from a Cave
Scenic Fallen Tree – Sea View from a Cave
Quirky Opal Thunderegg with 'Floor'
Quirky Opal Thunderegg with ‘Floor’
Complex and bizzare Fallen Tree Thunderegg
Complex and bizzare Fallen Tree Thunderegg
Classic Fallen Tree Opal Thunderegg
Classic Fallen Tree Opal Thunderegg
Fallen Tree Thunderegg with Orbs
Fallen Tree Thunderegg with Orbs
Small and cute specimen with opal
Small and cute specimen with opal
Simple and elegant specimen with levelling lines
Simple and elegant specimen with levelling lines
Fallen Tree Thunderegg with Unusual Centre
Fallen Tree Thunderegg with Unusual Centre

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