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You can have anything you want, but you can't have everything you want: A reply to Lisa Marie Gutowski | POEM

You can have anything you want, but you can't have everything you want: A reply to Lisa Marie Gutowski | POEM

Baltis Amber

Baltis Amber

Deep Orange Amber Stones - Image credit Wikipedia/Oxfordian Kissuth _ You can buy Amber as chips, polished beads or even raw depending on your taste.

Deep Orange Amber Stones - Image credit Wikipedia/Oxfordian Kissuth _ You can buy Amber as chips, polished beads or even raw depending on your taste.

Amber ("petrified bugs")

Amber ("petrified bugs")

Ejemplares fósiles en ámbar de Chiapas, registro de la prehistoria

Ejemplares fósiles en ámbar de Chiapas, registro de la prehistoria

natural green amber - it is really hard to capture this in a photograph because the colour is all about the refracted light.  If you hold the amber up and look through it you can't see the green.  Someone did a nice job photographing this piece.

natural green amber - it is really hard to capture this in a photograph because the colour is all about the refracted light. If you hold the amber up and look through it you can't see the green. Someone did a nice job photographing this piece.

Amber with fossilized crab 488g                                                                                                                                                      More

Amber with fossilized crab 488g More

Pretty Lithuanian Amber for Frank & other AussieGirl Board Friends

Pretty Lithuanian Amber for Frank & other AussieGirl Board Friends

Amber from Poland

Amber from Poland

The researchers discovered the creatures while doing a survey of the lifeforms encased in 70,000 droplets, each just a few millimeters in diameter. The amber comes from the Heiligkreuz Formation in northeastern Italy, and it contains plenty of microorganisms, such as bacteria and algae, that make it clear that the droplets formed during the Triassic era, 250 to 200 million years ago.

The researchers discovered the creatures while doing a survey of the lifeforms encased in 70,000 droplets, each just a few millimeters in diameter. The amber comes from the Heiligkreuz Formation in northeastern Italy, and it contains plenty of microorganisms, such as bacteria and algae, that make it clear that the droplets formed during the Triassic era, 250 to 200 million years ago.

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