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Some more stones from my homeland. In front you see plenty of shells, sediment rock composition.
Minette is a type of mineral deposit, consisting of iron ore of sedimentary origin, found in the south of Luxembourg and in Lorraine. Minette ore was deposited in the Early and Middle Jurassic.The term "Minette" came from French miners. It is a diminutive form of "la mine", and might be translated as "little mine“ because of relatively poor iron content of between 28% and 34%.

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Annemarie club
nice find................. are you a geologist?
2 months ago.
Ern Jacoby club
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yes I was ....
2 months ago.
 Malik Raoulda
Malik Raoulda club
Superbe et merci pour ces informations...!
2 months ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Beautiful warm colours.
Thank you for the info.
2 months ago.
Christa1004 club
Nce warm colours and interesting information, thanks Ern.
2 months ago.
 Eva Lewitus
Eva Lewitus club
Lovely colors.
2 months ago.
 Janet Brien
Janet Brien club
A beautifully composted shot with a perfect square format. I love the pile of minette and the description of what it is and what I am looking at. When my husband and I visited Provence a few years back, I wasn't much interested in rocks. These days I'm much more interested and actually have a large rock tumbler for the rocks I find to polish! :) www.ipernity.com/doc/290645/album/1259884
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