Stupid amusing thing for a bored walk through downtown: Old buildings around here made with limestone blocks can have fossils visible in the rock itself!
Found in Wacissa river, North Florida. Several chunks same type, really stood out on river bed because of the color, mixed with regular brittle limestone, the back looked like the other rock in the photo, just smooth. I think it's coral because there were car sized boulders of the same reddish rock.
Columbine rooted in the rock (limestone), Wisconsin, U. S.
I found a piece of this deposit 10 or more years ago. Always hoped I'd find another like it. This looks like it came from the exact same source or even rock. crazy to find another 10 to 15 years later. just limestone filled with tiny fossil shells reddit.com/gallery/v0uc34
What is this rock? Found in a creek bed of Southeastern Minnesota, USA (Bluff land/Karst). I’m thinking Chert/ quartz. Limestone and sandstone bedrock. reddit.com/gallery/uuaxef
Anyone know why the new textures aren't working ingame? They show up fine in studio but just appear as the default plastic texture when I'm actually testing the game out. I'm trying to use the Limestone, Rock, and Sandstone textures. reddit.com/gallery/utiiya
Hanging coffins on the limestone rock face in Echo Valley, near Sagada, Philippines. (Image - Dr Gopal Murti).
Petrified bone? Went to my normal spot (Austin area) and found this sliver of what I think is bone. I found an unusual rock that seems to be lined with different colors. Different sediments? Random? Any ideas on formation or cause for discoloration? Feels a lot like limestone - very light. reddit.com/gallery/v44cny
Found this (limestone/marble(?)) rock in Frasassi, Italy. But wondering what the "blue" lines are!
I'm wondering what this rock is. it is phosphorescent and was found in Southern Wisconsin. it's a thin vein in limestone v.redd.it/cjbw6i5wn9091
'Eternal doom is a distant memory' An abandoned 240 year old home made out of limestone rock. USA (OC)
I repoted this lophophora into almost 100% limestone with fossile shells from a big rock I found on the beach 10 years ago. Now im trying to find out if the salt will kill it or if limestone retains pockets of salt. Could you give me your opinion ?
My friend found these bones in limestone rock, near the beach in England, somewhere in Flamborough. Is it possible to identify what animal would these belong to? reddit.com/gallery/t2yf8r
Any help would be appreciated! Lighter rock on the outside is likely limestone (passed acid test and has soapy texture). Interior matrix is burgundy in color and did not react to acid. reddit.com/gallery/tdjjju
Help me identify this! It is a family heirloom, and was found in Door County, Wisconsin. The rock is limestone from the mid-Silurian, and coral fossils are common in the area. It is unlike any other fossils I have seen here!
Found these strange maybe fossils on a riverbed in southern Indiana pretty sure the rock is limestone reddit.com/gallery/t59k6g
Can someone explain to me what caused this? I was hiking at the Pinnacles in Berea, KY. At the top (around 2000 feet), it looks like there is alternating layering of sediment river rock and limestone. reddit.com/gallery/t7yogl
Any idea what these iron ring deposits are called and how they form? Found in the Las Vegas suburbs about 15 minutes from Red Rocks in an area call the Desert Hills. The surrounding rock is limestone. reddit.com/gallery/uacp0n
Fist-sized rock found in Henry Cowell, Santa Cruz, CA. Some parts of it look porous (like fossilized bone), but also limestone-esque. Any ideas? reddit.com/gallery/tc60dd
Here is the melted limestone rock set (stalagmites) part of the main Argonia caves set. flic.kr/s/aHBqjzJyR2
Found these vibrant, creamy rock in northern Arizona near limestone/volcanic rock area.
Does anyone know what this rock is and if it has been knapped? (Found to the North of the South Island NZ - (Area geology is Marble/limestone and there are rumours of past Māori habitation)) reddit.com/gallery/tiweii
In Cave Mushrooms growing from limestone rock, about 10ft (3m) underground in Travis County, Texas, USA. Nov. 3, 2021, 00:30 reddit.com/gallery/qmtr0p
Help! I’m confused/clueless. We found these on Anderson Island, WA which is in the south Puget Sound. Do you think they’re rocks? Fossils? Picked up at the water’s edge, amongst river rock. They’re light gray/tan & feel smooth & limestone-like. They’re not hollow. reddit.com/gallery/sltho6
Interesting find! Crinoid stem fossil in limestone rock which has been fossilized inside of sandstone which contains fish/shar teeth and quartz! Smaller tooth on front to the left if the limestone and bigger one of the back top left corner! reddit.com/gallery/ted6cg
There’s only a tiny section of Bermuda that’s still volcanic in any sense. It comprises a meter-wide “beach”of volcanic sand and black striped rock. Everything else is bioclastic limestone. reddit.com/gallery/r3qs2p
I’m staying at Kentucky Lake and the shoreline is covered in rock like this (all clean breaks) I don’t know enough about rocks to determine what kind it is. Can anyone identify and/or tell me why this rock is located here since most of the state is limestone? Tia! reddit.com/gallery/r2t24l
Came across this mountain lion carcass whilst limestone rock climbing near LV, NV Cause of death unknown. Oddly, within a stone’s throw of this rather steep spot, was an OLD cranium & arm bones lying on the surface. And then there’s the Gila monster that lives down the way…interesting area!
Wtf is this? Found in the Ocala limestone. The only thing i've seen that looks like this is the cross section of a rugose coral, but this rock is way too young to have rugose coral in it. reddit.com/gallery/srnbn2
Burg Hochosterwitz, a castle built on a limestone rock which was first mentioned in a text in 860 and continuously fortified until the 16th century. Still owned by the noble Khevenhüller family after the acquisition in 1571. Carinthia, Austria.