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        This photo was taken in an old Permian sandstone quarry looking up to an undercut.  The cavity doesn't look like an artifact from quarrying but, to me, resembles a fulgurite cross section.  There doesn't seem to be a vitrified lining or anything but I'm stumped as to what else it could be.   To my knowledge there's never been fulgurites found in the Moray area.
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