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microcollector
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Linarite

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Linarite from Blanchard Mine (Portales-Blanchard Mine; Hansonburg Lead mine; McCarthy Lead mine), Bingham, Hansonburg District, Socorro Co., New Mexico
FOV = 3.6 mm
Image
micro minerals - the the unseen beauty of the mineral kingdom
Canon T5i with Canon 70 - 200 mm f4L zoom as tube lens set at 200mm, StacK Shot rail, and Mitutoyo 5X or 10X M plan apo objectives.

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Geopressure
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Post by Geopressure »

Beautiful image and specimen!

Is it self collected?

microcollector
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No, but I wish it was. There was a dealer at our Northwest Friends of Mineralogy symposium a number of years back that had a chunk of rock laced with linarite. As she did not deal in micros so I got it for a few bucks. It was very productive.
micro minerals - the the unseen beauty of the mineral kingdom
Canon T5i with Canon 70 - 200 mm f4L zoom as tube lens set at 200mm, StacK Shot rail, and Mitutoyo 5X or 10X M plan apo objectives.

My Mindat Mineral Photos
http://www.mindat.org/user-362.html#2

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