Rather than going through all the bags one by one, I grouped up as best I could by color and presented out in batches. So here are all the rest of the minerals!
Within these two light minerals, the top is a rather plain light gray, while the lower has a pinkish quality that's quite nice. Curious how the larger pieces have a brighter and whiter look.
These oranges are particularly attractive and seem to reach a powder state easily.
This lovely specimen is, I think, representing the top left orange above. Chunks present color differently than grinds, and various grinds lend to different colors as well. It's surprisingly light in weight.
This is quite an appealing color. Loaded with mica, it sparkles incredibly.
And here's a wrap with various browns. Next up is to begin work with my watercolor paint making kit from Natural Pigments. More on that soon! But first, I have another little investigation under way...