Labradorite 102

Labradorite 102

Moonlight on Labrador
© Weston Earth Images Ltd.

Labradorite was discovered along the coast of Labrador in 1805, and is grey or dark green
in dim light, yet turns sea blue, gold and green when brightly lit. 
It is a variety of plagioclase feldspar found in igneous rocks in Canada, the USA and 
the Ukraine, although this striking image has colours more typical of the variety
called Spectrolite found only in Finland.

 
 

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