Round Things, Part III

There are more round things I want to show you. Just because I enjoy them ;).

glassball
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The blue glass ball from Malta with traces of other stuff inside it. Looks different from each direction depending on how the light sifts through it.

lavastone
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 And then there are stones… Stones have always fascinated me when they get this round, all formed by nature. The above stone is a lava stone from the volcano at Santorini, Greece. (I know, you are not supposed to pick the lava stones…). Rough surface. Very round. Not that heavy to hold as a normal stone.

stone
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And this is a regular stone which I don’t remember where I picked it. Smooth and soft on the surface. Pretty heavy. Don’t know which kind of stone it is. But I like its grayness.

saltandpepper
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And something completely different… The salt and pepper holders above and below. Got them from a magazine as a thank you gift for subscribing.  I like them, even though they are pretty impractical. Using the salter you get salt all over the place if you are not careful. Using the pepper-thing, you have to be careful to get it out the one hole and not from the top… or you sneeze. But I like the form of them.

saltandpepper
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