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And Finally ..

By BarbaraR
Hi everyone,
This is my last upload from my rock & fossils.
This is a tiny (1" diameter) Echinoid or commonly known
as a sea urchin. It has lost its spines.
Dating from the Jurassic period and around 150 million
yrs old.
I've enjoyed hearing what the other uploads looked like ..
'flowers, cakes, vegetables .. even gurning faces !' lol
I wonder what you'll think of this one !? Wink
Thanks everso much folks.
I shall enter other things soon.
Barbara Smile

Tags: Macro Urchin Fossil Wildlife and nature Echinoid Plegiocidaris

Voters: ringyneck, EAS, CarolG and 24 more


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Comments


EAS 8 1 13 Scotland
9 Feb 2012 11:58AM
Oooh! Love this wee fossil and really want to hold it as looks so tactile. Beautifully captured.

Ann

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CarolG Plus
11 199 20 Greece
9 Feb 2012 12:00PM
How very beautiful, Barbara, you have a fascinating collection, and thank you for sharing it with us. Carol
gary_d 9 576 13 Wales
9 Feb 2012 12:03PM
Another fine example, thanks for a really interesting series which I have enjoyed immensely. - gary
dasher 7 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 12:06PM
A lovely collection of fossils Barbara.I must upload a fossil I found on a beach in Wales and see what you make of it.
It is a miracle that it is complete,as it appears to be a large sponge.We will see.
Regards Robert.
gingerdelight 11 298 11 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 12:12PM
Oh wow! The best til last! I would imagine that this is amazingly tactile and you have captured the detail to perfection.
Carol
susanbarton 9 11 1 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 12:14PM
Isn't nature wonderful so intricate and only an 1" in size, I won't eat this one but it reminds me of some carved ivory beads I had when I was a child!

Susan
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
9 Feb 2012 12:22PM
This is a perfect fossil-- I have enjoyed this well photographed series!
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 2:19PM
This has been a great series
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.9k 150 England
9 Feb 2012 2:58PM
An instructive and most enjoyable series Barbara.

Dave
CaroleS Plus
7 433 3 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2012 3:47PM
What a fine end to a lovely series - Carole
BarbaraR 11 17 1 England
9 Feb 2012 4:06PM
Thanks everyone, C&C's much
appreciated Smile

B.
gajewski Plus
13 10 9 United States
9 Feb 2012 6:40PM
This one is fascinating.
-=\Walter
EMJAYCEE Plus
8 10 10 England
9 Feb 2012 11:08PM
This is a lovely example and captured very well. Have really enjoyed this series.
Joan.
exposure Plus
13 5.2k England
11 Feb 2012 8:01PM
A Beautiful image lovely lighting & detail
Pauline.
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2012 4:04PM
I was just about to comment on this the other night....... was trying to think of something it looked like.... got up... walked away.... came back..... Husband had switched channels so to speak....... Now I return, and no...... Still cant think of anythingTongue Great image though, enjoyed the series.Smile
Diane

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