Today I have a new set of really interesting free iced stone textures from Iceland’s biggest stone collection. These are really something else, some even look like a gaping mouth with tiny crystal teeth.
If you’re wondering how it’s formed in nature, here’s how it works:
Quartz occurs as a rock-forming mineral in igneous rocks if the overall silica content of the original magma surpasses 63-65 weight-percent. When the magma cools, different minerals will successively grow in the still liquid environment.
I didn’t do much with the textures in post-processing other than to give them a bluish tone and sharpen them up a little. Shot with my 100mm Macro lense, the depth of field is pretty low so some parts are in focus while others are not. I hope that’s fine with you, and that you can use them to create something amazing. Enjoy the textures!
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