1. #MineralMonday Jan Freedman @JanFreedman A gloriously, beautiful, stunning Cuprite mineral, from Wheal Phoenix, Cornwall, at @PlymouthMuseum #MineralMonday 12:06 PM - 19 Dec 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Jan Freedman / Via twitter.com #MineralMonday has a lot of interesting mineral samples that you will recognize right away if you're a mineral lover. You can always count on #MineralMonday to keep it's content fresh with new specimens with beautiful photography. Find more #MineralMonday on Twitter. 2. #TectonicTuesdays Sebastian Fischer @cnocgorm Nice refolded fold in Fraserburgh. #tectonictuesday #dalradian #buchan #thebroch 03:38 PM - 13 Dec 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Sebastian Fischer / Via twitter.com These irregularly shaped slabs of solid rock are beautiful. The studying of tectonic plates may not have been every geologist's favorite subject in university but looking at these mesmerizing continental and oceanic lithosphere for hours on end will never bore you. Find more #TectonicTuesday on Twitter. 3. #ThinSectionThursday Peter Scherff @PeterScherff For #ThinSectionThursday the Dhofar 125, Oman Acapulcoite #meteorite viewed in cross polarized light with a quarter… https://t.co/bzKUz2lBSE 02:54 PM - 08 Dec 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Peter Scherff / Via twitter.com Have you ever seen light shine through a meteorite? How about a Quartz? #ThinSectionThursday is all about showing off the (inside) beauty of minerals and makes as a nice background wallpaper. There is always new #ThinSectionThursday content every Thursday so you won't miss out on your weekly thin section dosage. Find more #ThinSectionThursday on Twitter. 4. #FridayFold Geology at Leicester @GeologyLeics Some beautiful Christmas light colours in today's #FridayFold - actinolite needles in schist (Laytonville, CA)… https://t.co/FJH1oiklMw 04:10 PM - 09 Dec 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Geology at Leicester / Via twitter.com As the week comes to an end that means it's #FridayFold! Which definitely gives geologist a #FridayFeeling. For geologist who loves the structure of a rock basically collides together. Geological folds can be flat, curved, or bent due to deformation. You can almost bet that each and every geological fold is not the same which equals pretty special!Find more #FridayFold on Twitter.