"Rainbow Rock"- the detail with the perspective on the side facing away is a nice touch. If only the same care had been put into making the gradient more organic. plus a small, selective color palate is much more attractive than an easy rainbow.
Squatinactis montanus has the teeth, jaws and skull of a cladodont-toothed shark. Its body resembles that of the modern skates, rays, or angel sharks in being dorsoventrally flattened and having its pectoral fins greatly extended to the sides. S. montanus probably used the wing-like pectoral fins as well as the whip tail for propulsion. This body design has recurred several times in the fossil record for bottom-living lurking predators. They ranged in size to 2 feet.
This beautiful boulder opal split turned up in Winton. The pair have been called the 'Rainbow tree'. From Queensland, Australia. Opal never ceases to amaze. credit: The National Opal Collection Visit Amazing Geologist for more.
Aurichalcite encourages fearlessness and stability helping you to recognise that the only thing to fear is fear itself! It provides a protective shield wherever it is placed. It enhances tact and activates harmony within yourself so that peace and seren