I have created twelve mineral-themed face masks via Redbubble. These are of a variety of minerals from around the world.
So far, there are masks containing crocoite (some with other species) from the Adelaide Mine (2), Red Lead Mine, Magnet Mine, Dundas Extended Mine and Kapi Mine, calcite from Dal Negorsk, Russia, a gold nugget from Maryborough, Victoria, rhodochrosite from the Uchucchacua Mine, Peru, spessartine garnet from the Navegadora claim, Minas Gerais, Brazil, wavellite from Phosphate Hill, Mansfield, Victoria, and wulfenite and Mimetite from the Ojuela Mine, Mexico.
Non-medical face masks help you express yourself even when you can’t show your face
Two layers of soft 100% brushed polyester with sublimation print on the outside layer
7.25″ x 4.6″ / 18.5 x 11.5 cm with over-ear elastic straps for a snug fit over mouth and nose. Each ear strap is 8″ / 20cm (the largest size available on Redbubble)
Wash after each use
Do not use as medical personal protective equipment
Adult use only and should not be placed on young children younger than 2 years of age, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the cover without assistance
Right now, Redbubble are offering 20% off if you buy four or more.
Sydney ferry, the SS Kosciusko, was built in 1911, shipped to Tasmania in 1975, and broken up in 1991. This prop and associated metal and timbers is set up as an installation adjacent to the Waterfront Hotel in Bellerive, southern Tasmania.
Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon in which the mind responds to a stimulus, usually an image or a sound, by perceiving a familiar pattern where none exists. Common examples are perceived images of animals, faces, or objects in cloud formations (Wikipedia).
This is something that has always fascinated me and I have to admit, I do see faces. A lot.
This is the first of a series of images showing my view of this phenomenon. This No Diving sign looks to be laughing at those that disobey!
This is a photo of the inside of a smoky quartz crystal from Mooralla, western Victoria, Australia. The rainbow effect comes from internal flaws or fractures that diffract light, splitting it into its component colours.
Now some people believe that crystals, including smoky quartz, can have special properties such as healing. Me? I don’t. But I think I believe in Goblins, or Imps, or Sprites, or other non-earthly beings. It’s true! Look at this photo closely. I can see at least five different entities! Can you?