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26 March 2021

Friday folds: 3D models by Sara Carena

It’s Friday, and it’s been a few Fridays since I offered you a fold. Let me make up for that with five Friday folds today, all from the incredible collection of free 3D models by Sara Carena on Sketchfab. Sara is a senior scientist/lecturer in Geology at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich. Absolutely super models of absolutely super folded rocks. Well done, Sara! Viewing these should get everyone’s weekend off on …


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10 March 2010

Pyrolusite on a pterosaur

All the photos I posted over the weekend here were via iPhone, and hence not particularly high-quality, despite their excellent geological content. Now I’ve downloaded the photos from my real camera, and have a few good ones to show. Here’s a succession of photos of the same specimen of Pterodactylus longirostrus, each progressively more zoomed in than the last. It’s a late Jurassic pterosaur (140 Ma) from the Solnhofen limestone …


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