My rock finds

Tony82

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Hello everyone, my name is Tony and I have this rock that I can't identify that I hope someone on here might know what it is.
 

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vpnavy

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Hello everyone, my name is Tony and I have this rock that I can't identify that I hope someone on here might know what it is.
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I moved ya from NEW MEMBER INTRODUCTIONS over to ROCKS/GEMS for more exposure.

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NOTE: Forum NEW MEMBER INSTRODUCTIONS Description: New to TreasureNet? Introduce yourself to our community here! Welcome aboard and Happy Hunting!
 
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DizzyDigger

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Tony, can't ID the rock but I did color-correct two of your images. Images of rocks are always best taken in natural light. If indoors, be sure the light source is not from fluorescent lamps, as they are what caused the yellowing in the images.

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Unfortunately, Tony hasn't been on the site since Sat., but I do hope he comes back.
 
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