A mineral is a “naturally occurring substance that is solid and inorganic representable by a chemical formula, and has an ordered atomic structure.” Rocks, unlike minerals, don’t have a precise chemical composition, and can be finished of both minerals and non-minerals. Though there’re more than 4,900 recognized types of minerals, the ones here are just the most gorgeous ones that we and our readers could find. Well, “Pretty” is not the right word, they are just “super” and “fantastic”. All these nuances, shapes, they look like they have enclosed within them all the most brilliant and incredibly beautiful spaces we have ever well-known – sky, cosmos, ocean. The first one is really impressed the most, the name “Empress” is befitting – it looks regal, and it reminds of a complete galaxy that has descended to earth to remind us that the stars might not be so far away as we think…Mineral” is not the first thing to come to mind when you hear the word “beauty,” and that‘s a pity because they look so, so attractive. This selection of some of the most beautiful minerals and stones in the world will be a feast for your eyes. Here is some of most beautiful picture of a mineral? Add it below!

Astrophyllite

Astrophyllite

Azurite

Azurite

Bismuth

Bismuth

Bismuth

Bismuth

Burmese Tourmaline

Burmese Tourmaline

Chrysocolla in Malachite

Chrysocolla in Malachite

Cobaltocalcite

Cobaltocalcite

Crocoite

Crocoite

Crocoite

Crocoite

Cuprite Bisbee Az

Cuprite Bisbee Az

Fluorite

Fluorite

Fluorite-Quartz-Pyrite-Combination

Fluorite-Quartz-Pyrite-Combination

Iridescent Mass

Iridescent Mass

Lightning Ridge Black Opal

Lightning Ridge Black Opal

Luz Opal With Galaxy Inside

Luz Opal With Galaxy Inside

Manganite

Manganite

Native Silver

Native Silver

Ocean Inside an Opal

Ocean Inside an Opal

Olivine

Olivine

Opal Fossil

Opal Fossil

Realgar on Calcite

Realgar on Calcite

Rhodochrosite

Rhodochrosite

Rhodochrosite

Rhodochrosite

Rose Quartz Geode

Rose Quartz Geode

Scolecite

Scolecite

Sunset Fire Opal

Sunset Fire Opal

Titanium Quartz

Titanium Quartz

Tourmaline on Quartz with Lepidolite and Cleavelandite

Tourmaline on Quartz with Lepidolite and Cleavelandite

Uvarovite

Uvarovite

Watermelon Tourmaline

Watermelon Tourmaline

Worlds Biggest Amethyst Geode The Empress of Uruguay

Worlds Biggest Amethyst Geode The Empress of Uruguay

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Originally posted 2015-04-25 09:01:44. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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