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The smallholding Træet, Askøy

Træet

30.03.2018

Amateur geologist Torgeir Garmo at work taking out crystals from the rock.

Ågotnes- crystals

12.03.2018

Road cuts and blast areas are a joy to rock collectors, even if the disturbance to nature is ever so disfiguring. These are the best kinds of places to hunt for crystals, which otherwise are removed by weather and wind. In the Ågotnes area there are especially many beautiful crystals to be found.

Øvre Kvernes

Kvernes

16.06.2018

Håkons Hall, Domkirken Church, Bergen Børs Stock Exchange, Permanenten and other well known buildings in Bergen are decorated with soapstone from Øvre Kvernes. The quarry is a big hole in the mountainside by the cliff just east of the farm buildings.

Lurøyane

Lurøyane

16.06.2018

Ystebøtræet, Radøy

Ystebøtræet

18.06.2018

Hana

Hana

12.03.2018

Skreien

Skreien

12.03.2018

From a soapstone quarry at Lykling

Lykling- soapstone

22.08.2018

The old limestone quarry is today rebuilt and become Moster Amfi.

Moster amfi

18.06.2018

Siggjo from the south. (Svein Nord)

Siggjo

18.06.2018

Siggjo is a cone-shaped, volcano-like mountaintop in the part of Hordaland where one finds the best preserved volcanic rocks. The rock types originate from one or several volcanoes that spewed out glowing lava and ash. But, the shape of the mountain, as it appears today, formed later and by completely different forces.

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