You know Moldavite Tektite, right?
Me neither. But get ready for a close up view of it:
This is the art adorning our main entrance at Borsheims, ready to greet Berkshire Hathaway shareholders when they arrive this week. It is a microphotograph (meaning a reallyclose close-up) of a Moldavite Tektite stone.
Looks like a mountain scene, no? One of our favorite artists, John Koivula, took this amazing microphotograph. This moldavite tektite was found in the Czech Republic and has unbroken, mountainous, glassy spires. It is believed that moldavite was formed 15 million years ago by the impact of a meteorite. Here’s what it looks like not-so-up-close.