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hbright

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I've read a lot about fluoresence but have yet to see an image of one under sunlight or other lighting that would reveal whether it's milky or not. I'd also like to see images of how pale blue a fluor will look under those conditions. I can guess that there may be difficulties in accurately photographing (flash??) and properly viewing the effects on a computer monitors (not necessarily calibrated), but if anyone has a pic or can point to one that would be great.

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Garry H (Cut Nut)

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It would not be easy to find a really milky stone (they are actually so rare that it is even silly to bother about the feature).
They look like aa glass of water with a few drops of milk added.

Normal medium and strong blue flouro loooks like a whiter than white Blue Omo type shirt. Very pleasing. The whole thing deserves less attention than it gets.
 
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