Five tips for finding and polishing Petoskey stones, fossilized ancient coral found on the beaches in the shallows of Lake Michigan along the Northern Michigan coast.
no - these aren't rocks that have been tangled (see Zentangle), they are Petoskey stones ~ a coral that lived 350 million years ago
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Petoskey Stone - okay, so this is not technically a place or a space, but something found only in one of my favorite places...
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These rounded, weathered rocks are fossilized corals.
Something naturally curious
Petoskey Stones, the state stone of Michigan, are fossilized coral resulting from glaciation and are often polished to reveal the beautiful pattern of the 6 sided coral colonies. #Geology #Petoskey_Stone #Michigan
WORLDS LARGEST PETOSKEY STONE DISPLAY Using petoskey stone and fossil, a framed two-dimensional display with a square shape that measures approximately ni
Petoskey stone while still alive.
Side view of Charlevoix Stone - Often mistaken for Petoskey stone, but made of a different type of coral,
Petoskey Stones are the fossilized remains of a coral that grew in Michigan 350 million years ago. Petoskey means "rays of rising sun" in Indian. This stone is found nowhere else in the world.
#MIAwesomeList: #27 Scour the beaches for a Petoskey stone