- ramthakur (56953)
- [2007-03-04 11:27]
In the first glance, I thought you had posted the picture of moon as it might have looked from Poland on the full lunar eclipse yesterday :-)!!
Then I realized you are showing us a mineral in spherical form. My curiosity took me to your collections and I was simply floored! My, what a collection!
Are these mineral samples in your private collection at home or what?
All of them look like versions of planets/heavenly bodies from the infinite expanse of the universe to me :-).
A detailed note on this mineral would have been a source of learning.
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2007-03-04 11:39]
As I don't want to ask stupid questions, can you explain what you exactly have been doing?
First I thought you did you crazy stuff with the moon...:-)
- extramundi (13178)
- [2007-03-04 12:39]
Quite a long time without enjoying one of your marvelous spheres, and this green planet is just beautiful.
You capture them in a skillful way, love the twilight defining the shape in the dark. Lovely.
- clnaef (6814)
- [2007-03-04 12:49]
Bravo pour cette présentation inhabituelle.
- marcin (2057)
- [2007-03-04 14:03]
racja to tez natura i to pieknie pokazana, patrzac na miniaturke myslalem, ze to Ziemia widzana z kosmosu
gratuluje pomyslu, pozdrowienia
Hello Krysztof , writing your name is very difficult , this photo and other images are excellent , but these are not NATURAL , These are human- made industrial substance or material , although your photo is very good.
- marjan (2685)
- [2007-03-04 15:47]
hi Krzysztof, good shot wtih nice colours. I have some of minerals and fosils on my part of TN and I asked administrator to open branch for this kind of nature beauty . On forum we had conversation about it but unfortunatly no result.
- pvs (14464)
- [2007-03-05 0:49]
An amazing capture and a welcome sight on TN to see something different,well captured with great sharpness and colors,well done and TFS