Moonstone is an opalescent aluminosilicate gemstone with the chemical formula (Na,K)AlSi₃O₈, a type of feldspar, which is so pretty that humans have been polishing it and making it into jewellery for thousands of years.
Moonstone is an igneous mineral (I think), which means it's quite likely that there's moonstone actually on the moon.
A few more photos from my sunrise hike up to The Storr, the highest point on the Trotternish peninsula of Skye. 👍
There's more photos here, if you're feeling nosey https://www.iancylkowski.com/blog/2020/10/17/the-storr-isle-of-skye-autumn
Free websites funded by advertising is the original sin which has blighted our online lives: third-party tracking of visitors to websites is so pervasive we have mostly given up on stopping it, despite the damage it does and the potential for abuse. This article from The Markup is an introduction to just how much tracking goes on & how it can affect vulnerable groups.
Alexey Vasilyev’s photos of the remote Russian territory of Yakutia
Blacklight shows you the trackers on a web site. Or you can use it to verify that a site does not track you.
This links to the report for my own link-noting web site pdc.ooble.uk.
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