Bayldonite is a relatively rare green secondary arsenate mineral. It has the chemical composition PbCu3(AsO4)2(OH)2 and occurs in oxidised zones of copper- and lead-bearing deposits. It occurs in various shades of green, and has an apple-green streak.
Image 1: Bayldonite pseudomorph after mimetite from Tsumeb, Namibia. (c) Rob Lavinsky and irocks.com
Image 2: Acicular bayldonite in bayldonite vug from Tsumeb, Namibia. (c) Rob Lavinsky and irocks.com
Aris Papoulis - Untitled (while listening Grey Wolves)
dec 2013, collage, xerox, size A4
Subatomic Level, 2014.