GARNET in SCHIST
This is a photo of a small (~2mm) garnet (possibly almandine) found in a specimen of mica schist from the Black Hills.
Magnification: ~4.3X (crop)
Field of view: ~1/4” x 5/16“ (5.6mm x 8.4mm)
Images in focus stack: 70
Approximate Photo Location (Side 1)
45 Degree View
1: Short picture description/ID
Print method: Digital press
Card size: 5″ x 7″
Card type: Folding
Card weight: 110lb
Card surface, exterior: Smooth, glossy finish. The (glossy) coating adds depth and vibrancy to the image, helping it “pop.” A trade-off of this, however, is that the coating can also pick up fingerprints.
Card surface, interior: Smooth, semi-gloss
Envelopes: Off-white with a slight watercolor-type textured surface, 80lb. weight. The envelopes are sealed using a peel-and-press adhesive strip.
Packaging: Each card/envelope is sleeved in a protective crystal clear bag.
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