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05 April 2020


From 1969, an ammonite and some elm leaves.
Ammonites first appeared some 240 million years ago.
The zelkova could go back as far as 2.5 - 5.3 million years ago.

for Sunday Stamps - geology


Bob Scotney said...

Great - I have two small ammonites on a saucer in my office and a large one out in the garden - all from a geology trip to an island off Skye.
Soe rocks here

Joy said...

Love an ammonite but to see the leaves we know now from deep time is quite evocative.
My geology is here

viridian said...

My minerals are at

Mail Adventures said...

Fossils are fascinating.

My post is here.

FinnBadger said...

Nice fossil stamps. The steps to my front door are limestone and have a couple of fossils embedded there.

A sea stack stamp