Geodes are the tootsie rolls of nature, and that is no exaggeration. From the outside, it is the ugly duckling, but from the inside, it is the beautiful swan. A geode forms when water seeps into the insides of a rock. The water evaporates the minerals inside, transforms into crystals creating a mesmerizing interplay of colors and light. The outside remains plain, drab and unsuspectingly dull, while the inside hosts a rainbow of secrets due to the whimsies of nature. It takes millions of years to form a single geode perfectly.
Where will you find geodes?
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