photo by E.J. Lefavour, she says "Definitely photoshop. When I enhanced the rust, all the other colors popped out so I left them. I thought it made it alot prettier than a plain old rusted machine part."
Scorodite is a common hydrated iron arsenate mineral. It is found in hydrothermal deposits and as a secondary mineral in gossans (intensely oxidized, weathered or decomposed rock) worldwide. Scorodite weathers to limonite. Named from the Greek Scorodion, "garlicky"; when heated it smells of garlic.