"Snow crystals," Ukichiro Nakaya wrote in "may be called letters sent from heaven." The Japanese physicist spent his life studying snowflakes, eventually becoming the first to create an artificial snow crystal in the laboratory.
How to Preserve Snowflakes. Have you ever wanted to keep a snowflake that will never melt, even when held in your hand, or placed under a sweltering sun on a hot, summer's day? With some microscope slides and glue, you can do exactly that.
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Texture Wow, we missed a frozen iron // metal shackle in the list of our favorite photos. Love the gradient in the background: the colors really sparkle in contrast to the hurting frozen chain covered with ice crystals.