Tim Kellaway
More ideas from Tim
Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - On-line Shows - Alpine Garden Society

Class 5 - Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - Alpine Garden Society

Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - On-line Shows - Alpine Garden Society

Class 5 - Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - Alpine Garden Society

This is a rare "Fire Opal", or Girasol (more info), found in Mexico: almost a world in itself, emanating mysterious light :: "Fire opals are either faceted – that is, as far as their transparency allows – or cut as a cabochon, since this is the shape which best brings out the rich glow of this orange jewel. It is the oval which is regarded as the classical shape for valuable fire opals."

Florida-based gemstone enthusiast Jeff Schultz captures a stunning image of a Mexican Fire Opal that, depending on how you visually interpret it, looks like a beautiful sunset in the clouds or a fiery explosion with billowing smoke.

baby bats in blankets!

"Baby fruit bats at the Bat Clinic in Advancetown, which has helped at least 130 baby bats after the wet weather. The winged mammals are bottle fed, wrapped up and hung on clotheslines until they are well enough to be released.