|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Most agates occur as nodules in volcanic rocks or ancient lavas, in former cavities produced by volatiles in the original molten mass, which were then filled, wholly or partially, by siliceous matter deposited in regular layers upon the walls. Such agates, when cut transversely, exhibit a succession of parallel lines, often of extreme tenuity, giving a banded appearance to the section. Such stones are known as banded agate, riband agate and striped agate.|
Many agates are hollow, since deposition has not proceeded far enough to fill the cavity, and in such cases the last deposit commonly consists of drusy quartz, sometimes amethystine, having the apices of the crystals directed towards the free space so as to form a crystal-lined cavity or geode, like this image.
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Good morning Paulo from this side of our country(planet Earth):-)
a very well come to TL,
This is an interesting and also an excellent start for photography by a very informative note,
an excellent patterns and lights also detai has been captued. The BG also is distinguished from the subject well done PAULO MAXIERO
Welcome to TL and hope to see more of your photos. Interesting capture with a clever composition and the soft lines and color are rather eye catching.
Ola Paulo! Interesting idea. Nice lightness and brightness. Very nice natural colours. Good composition. Very good contrast and sharpness. Interesting note. Original post. Saudacoes!
Ciao Paulo, welcome on TL, great closeup, excellent sharpness, fine details, splendid light and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio