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ABSTRACT FORMS IN THE ROCK. Veins of minerals may be Gypsum that penetrated the mother rock possibly Marl or Marlstone made of Calcium Carbonate or Lime rich mud that hardened. The Judean Desert near Wadi Kelt. Israel. Jan. 2012

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ABSTRACT FORMS IN THE ROCK. Veins of minerals may be Gypsum that penetrated the mother rock possibly Marl or Marlstone made of Calcium Carbonate or Lime rich mud that hardened. The Judean Desert near Wadi Kelt. Israel. Jan. 2012
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Natural Abstract Stock Photo 140954719Abstract,Consumerproduct,Backgrounds,Color Image,Day,Full Frame,Geology,Israel,Judean Desert,Mineral,Nature,No People,Outdoors,Pattern,Photography,Rock,Textured,Toughness,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Photolibrary DAN PORGESABSTRACT FORMS IN THE ROCK. Veins of minerals may be Gypsum that penetrated the mother rock possibly Marl or Marlstone made of Calcium Carbonate or Lime rich mud that hardened. The Judean Desert near Wadi Kelt. Israel. Jan. 2012